Port Business Women Network at Koala Sanctuary

Fiona Brown with Tracy Blosdale and Christine Blosdale.


THE Port Stephens Women In Business networking group got together at the Bay’s newest and possibly most significant tourism attraction the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary.

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There were a record number of first time attendees at the event and the 45 women were hosted by Katherine Lamont and the new team at the koala sanctuary.

Presenter Rebecca Morley (Beck) presented a training solution that offers practical strategies for collaborating more effectively with others.

Beck is a Director at Spark CoWork, the Principal at Beck Morley Consulting, a Business Connect Advisor and a trainer and mentor at The Business Centre Newcastle.

Kerri Rodley of Port Stephens Women In Business told News Of The Area, “Beck has been described as a client relationship maven as she is always looking for ways to collaborate and work with businesses and the community to drive positive outcomes for everyone.”

Attendees learnt about The Fruit Personality Profiling System during the presentation, a training solution designed by Lynne Schinella that offers practical strategies for working more effectively with others – your peers, suppliers, clients and managers.

“When we have more respect and understanding for each other’s differences, we can connect more effectively as human beings especially during these challenging times,” said Rebecca Morley.

The Port Stephens Women In Business is a holistic group of businesswomen from businesses small and large that collaborate, share, encourage and network building opportunities locally for other businesswomen.

You can find out more about the group at pswib.com.au.




Finding their fruity personality were local business women Christine Blosdale, Jenna Affleck, Vivienne Jeppesen and Naomi Farrelly.

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