SEBN Women in Business
SEBN (South East Business Networks) has been supporting women in business since 1999 and as their role and influence in business increases, so does the demand for relevant support.
Whilst the opportunities for women in business are more diverse than ever – so are the challenges, no matter what role they are in.
Offering a suite of activities that change according to demand, SEBN provides an environment that encourages the sharing of knowledge and expertise, supports the professional development of women and in turn increases personal confidence.
Women in business (WIB) network group
The WIB network group meets regularly to explore a diverse range of topics – from small business issues to the corporate environment. This group supports all women in the workplace and encourages a mentoring approach to each other and to the disadvantaged and young women in the community.
Contact SEBN@cgd.vic.gov.au if you are interested.
'Showcasing Women In Business' public events
This popular business breakfast or luncheon brings together women from all walks of business life. A regular event, SEBN believes it is as important for women to share their success as it is to celebrate it.
Showcasing Women in Business features keynote speakers who have achieved in their chosen career.
We welcome all genders to these events.
South East Business Networks (SEBN) and the Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce hosted an exclusive lunch with Chyka Keebaugh. Visit Council's Facebook to view images.
International Women's Day Event
The 2019 International Women's Day breakfast was attended by Gabrielle Williams MP, Minister for Women who spoke about her vision for her role. She was joined by keynote speaker Sadhana Smiles who captivated the audience with her stories on trailblazing your own career path. We hope to see you at the 2020 event!
Over 110 guests enjoyed the 2018 International Women’s Day event jointly delivered by SEBN and the Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce. Our speaker was endurance runner - Samantha Gash. Guests were each given a pink rose and enjoyed a gourmet breakfast with a glass of champagne on arrival and Lindt chocolates.