Thu, 22 Apr | The Coast Hotel

April Networking Luncheon with special guest Claire White

Join fellow BWN women for an inspiring April luncheon with guest speaker Claire White

Time & Location

22 Apr, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Coast Hotel, 2 Moonee St, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450, Australia

About the Event

Join fellow Coffs Coast BWN women for an inspiring April luncheon with guest speaker, Claire White of Claire White Coaching and Development. 

Having worked in a leadership capacity for over 12 years, Claire White (B.Ed, MC-LI) has extensive experience leading and supporting staff within organisations.   

Claire’s combined experience, extensive knowledge of human behaviour and educational background make up the dynamic and energetic package that is Claire White Coaching and Development.   

With a warm and supportive approach, Claire focuses on developing leaders as the first step to growing and succeeding in business.   

Claire is passionate about supporting people to live their best life.

Come and join us for this lunchtime event in the heart of the CBD. Enjoy lunch and even a glass of bubbles on arrival!

Members and Non-Members and first-timers are warmly welcomed!

Members receive a 25% discount on ticket price. Please ensure you login before or during purchase to receive your discount.

Non-members, this is a great time to join to receive your discounted ticket price! Receive an extended membership until 30th June 2023 when you purchase a 2 year membership before 30th March 2021. Please refer to: for more information. 

  • April Networking Event
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    +$1.50 Service fee

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