The WEConnect International in Australasia connects women-owned enterprises to corporations under their Supplier Diversity and Inclusion programs.
In Australasia, WEConnect International works in collaboration with women's organizations including BPW (Business & Professional Women), The Ruby Connection (part of Westpac Bank), Women In Global Business (part of Austrade), WCEI (Women Chiefs of Enterprise International). Certification is offered in Australia and New Zealand.
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Local Australasia corporate member, Westpac Banking Group, in association with WEConnect International, last month, presented its inaugural Women’s Masterclass with the theme Grow today. Build for tomorrow.
It was a most fitting theme as women make up approximately one third of all business owners in Australia.
Attended by 100 women business owners and several WEConnect International corporate members including key personnel from the various banking businesses which comprise the Westpac Banking Group, a contingent of over 300 participated in this dynamic and interactive event.
19 September 2017, Sydney CBD, 1.30–7pm
Women make up around one third of all business owners in Australia. Westpac, in collaboration with WEConnect International, is proud to present our first Westpac Women’s Masterclass: Grow today. Build for tomorrow.
This dynamic, interactive Masterclass will connect you with corporate procurement specialists from Westpac Commercial Services, WEConnect International and WEConnect International corporate members including Citigroup, MSD, Johnson & Johnson, innovation leaders, and experts in SME business growth.
(June 15, 2017) Clare Hill, Chief Executive at Sysdoc, a WEConnect International certified women-own business, spoke to the MCA recently about her ambitions for the firm, the impact of changes in the industry and what makes a great consultant.
Asked how she has managed to build the strength of the firm since they were founded in 1986 and how influential her New Zealand heritage is, Clare said:
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