Xtraordinary Women Network to launch new Chapter in Durbanville
Xtraordinary Women Business Network is excited to announce the launch of their Durbanville Chapter. The newly launched network will provide business and networking support to the business women in the Northern Suburbs.
The official launch date for the Durbanville Network is 15th October 2015 at Ke-Monate Restaurant at Signal Gun Wine Farm.
The XWN was founded by Gwen Kloppers in 2009 and is a business platform focused on leading, inspiring, supporting and recognising entrepreneurs in South Africa.
It currently has 5 chapters in the Western Cape – in Somerset West, Century City, Cap Town, Southern Suburbs and on the West Coast, and is currently in the process of expanding to Gauteng.
“Xtraordinary Women leads, inspires, supports and recognizes entrepreneurs in South Africa. We believe it takes a community to build a business, and Xtraordinary Women is that community,” says Kloppers.
Each event will host a prominent Guest Speaker and talks will be focused on topics of interest to women in business. Guests and members will be provided with an opportunity to network and build lasting business relationships.
The Durbanville Chapter will be hosted by Edna Marx from Edna Marx Business Coaching. “I am excited and look forward to hosting the Durbanville Chapter. I believe this new network opportunity will be of benefit to the business community of Durbanville,” says Marx.
The first network meeting takes place on 15th October 2015 at Ke-Monate Restaurant at Signal Gun Wine Farm at 08:30, and will host Guest Speaker Jillian Lambert who will talk on Inspiring You to Live Your Best Life. Non-members pay R175 to attend. Members and guests are invited to come and share a morning of inspiration and networking with their fellow entrepreneurs.
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