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Work Women Wisdom: Where to Now – Designing your Future
17 Sep 2020 at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm AWST$15
EVENT 6 - A COLLABORATIVE EVENT WITH SUZANNE HUNT
In the wake of Covid-19 working conditions have changed for most in the profession but for many women, especially those working part time, salaries have been reduced, hours cut, roles redefined, or positions lost completely. Where to now?
We will discuss the opportunities for upskilling, registering and even starting a practice!
“Every great change is preceded by chaos” – Deepak Chopra
Our amazing line up of speakers to help you navigate the changes ahead include:
Paul Mathews CPA owned a mid-tier accounting firm in Perth for many years before selling in 2008 and working as a consultant. He has (and does work) with large corporations to small sole practitioners in the construction industry for over 30 years. Paul will give us a lesson in Finance and Accounting 101 when starting a practice or working as a sole trader.
Kylie McGrath is State Manager of the WA Branch of Planned Cover Insurance Professionals. With over 30 years’ experience Kylie joined the Planned Cover team in 2011 and now works with architectural and design practices. Kylie will talk about the importance of getting the right insurance when setting up a practice and, when working from home.
Caragh Waller is the Manager for Business Information and Program at the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC). The SBDC is a state government agency that provides a range of information, advisory and advocacy services to support the establishment and growth of small businesses in WA. Caragh will be speaking about the range of free resources that the SBDC can offer someone thinking about starting their own practice, to help you set up to succeed.
Rebekah Stuber Having over 15 years’ experience as an Architect and previously working for international & local practices, Rebekah established her own company Evolve Architecture in 2012. For the past 3 years she has been a Chapter Councillor as well as a member on the National Acumen Review Panel. Navigating the complexities of setting up a business and juggling the roller-coaster that is motherhood, Evolve is a labour of love and passion.