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Worldly women

In recognition of International Women’s Day, LunchBox Lunchlist is hosting a women’s expo, March 8 at the Hyatt Regency. The forum will consist of pre-event networking, a luncheon and presentations from several of WA’s entrepreneurial young achievers. Speakers include: Alexandra Shaw – deaf community advocate and 2005 WA Young Person of the Year; Alicia Curtis – founder, Alicia Curtis Leadership; Tamsin Ainscow – structural engineer and associate, SKM; and Jasmin Denkha – lawyer, Blake Dawson Waldron. Registration for this event costs $77. Students are also welcome at a discounted price of $33. For more information contact the organisers on 9380 9120 or email info@cebd.com.au.

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