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Careers Chat with Jacinda Ardern, Harman Grubiša & more

Careers Chat with Jacinda Ardern, Harman Grubiša & more

When:

  • Tue 8 Aug, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Where:

The Bank Event Space, 1 Tuarangi Road, Grey Lynn Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Workher General Admission: $39.00
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Website:

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From fashion to politics, media and entrepreneurial ventures, join us for a night of networking with a panel of outstanding women lined up to share their career advice.

We’ll be hearing from Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern; the creators of fashion label Harman Grubiša, Madeleine Harman and Jessica Grubiša; TV/radio/online reporter Gracie Taylor; and the founder of Eat My Lunch, Lisa King. All who will be sharing insight into their career journeys.

We’ll talk about where they started out and how they got to where they are today (with the odd career change along the way for some!), and they’ll provide their advice for you to kick ass in your job or entrepreneurial venture and how to achieve your dreams. #Goals

We’ll be holding a Q&A, offering a unique opportunity to ask these amazing ladies all of your career questions.

Women from all industries are invited to attend the evening of drinks, canapés and epic girl boss chat. Come along and get inspired.

This will be the third Workher event, following the recently sold out Careers Chat with Juliette Hogan in April, and the Girl Boss High Tea in January 2017.

Tickets to our last two events sold out, so we suggest you get in quick!

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