Australia-Korea Women in Leadership Lunch (Sydney)

Igniting Women to Strengthen Australian and Korean Business Relationships

 

The AKBC supports enabling pathways and opportunities for women in leadership. We strive to open doors and create a world where equality persists over tradition and talent is rewarded. We believe that diversity brings real productivity gains and there are many highly qualified women working in the Australia-Korea trade who have skills and knowledge which warrant their seat at the table.

In 2022, the AKBC will host a series of ‘Australia-Korea Women in Leadership Lunches’ in three locations – Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. These events will assist women and men – working in the Australia-Korea sector – to build leadership skills, share knowledge and establish robust, mutually-beneficial networks. We will celebrate the success and resilience of women working in the Australia-Korea bilateral relationship.

Our first event is in Sydney on Thursday 24 March, and we invite you to join us over a two-course lunch to strengthen your female business network and gain access to a deep pool of talent and mentor/mentee relationships.

This event is for you if:

  • You are working in the Australia-Korea relationship
  • You are a current or emerging leader, with a growth mindset
  • You are looking to expand your network.

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Australia Korea Business Council
PO Box 24430
Melbourne, Vic 3001 Australia
Liz Griffin – Executive Director
info@akbc.com.au

The Australia-Korea Business Council is the leading national body committed to strengthening the Australia-Korea economic relationship.