Webinar fundraiser with Kate Christie
On Sunday 10th May (Mother's Day!) we enjoyed a brilliant 1 hour webinar with Kate Christie. Kate shared some amazing insights and
tips for women (especially working mums) on how to better design your time and prioritise your own needs to allow more time freedom.
How is this a fundraiser? Every year, SMART Business Solutions hosts a fundraising event for local women's charity Clothes 4U Inc, an organisation dedicated to assisting women in need on the Mornington Peninsula. With the social distancing restrictions, we innovated to live stream the brilliant Kate Christie. All funds from tickets sold will go directly to Clothes 4U Inc and will be dollar matched up to $5K by SMART Business Solutions.
Can I still donate: The webinar event may be done and dusted, but we are still accepting donations on behalf of Clothes 4U Inc.
SMART will dollar match every $25 donation (therefore it will be $50 direct to Clothes 4U for every $25 donation!)
About the Author: Melbourne-based Kate Christie, founder & CEO of Time Stylers, is a Time Management specialist, International Speaker, best selling author and leading media commentator. Kate has worked with thousands of clients, from top organisations through to individuals to help them maximise productivity to ensure success across work, family, community and life. As a single mum and successful entrepreneur, Kate understands the unique challenges women face when trying to support their families, thrive in their careers and achieve personal fulfilment. More importantly, she knows how to overcome these challenges. Me First is her fourth book.
Buy the Book: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/JNqVq
Here's a rare local opportunity to learn more about marketing and managing your business and keeping up to date with the latest innovations that can help run your business more efficiently. A sell out event for the past three years, B.I.T.E Conference is the premier small business event in Greater Melbourne and Frankston region.
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