Four local businesswomen share their successes and messes in business.
In this candid panel event, hear from Pappa Sven founder Libby Helinski, Hunter Valley Cheese Factory's Rose Lambert and Riley Curtis, and Founder of Lissome Gym, Nerida Bint as they share their successes…and maybe a few things they’d do differently.
Feeling burned out by your business? Sick of the ‘hustle and grind’ culture of your industry? There’s a better way! Get over your perfectionism and embrace the flow of the Chillpreneur.
Following month-long celebrations of amazing women this March, we have teamed up with Money Mindset Coach Denise Duffield-Thomas as she heads to Newcastle on her Chillpreneur book tour. Join us as we have a candid conversation with the hilariously funny and down-to-earth author as Denise guides us through how to get over our money road blocks.
During this book tour, Denise will share invaluable business advice and counterintuitive millionaire mindset lessons (no blood, sweat, or tears necessary) which will set you on the path of abundance – without all the hard work.
This unique and personal talk will be followed by a Q&A session, as well as the opportunity for photos and to get your book signed. Books will be available to purchase.
Date: Tuesday 2 April
Time: 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Venue: Event Cinemas, Kotara
(Please note: there are no member tickets available for this event. To make it up to you, we will be giving members an extra member discount that will be applied to our next event!)
Gen Collective in partnership with Community First Credit Union is pleased to present Tracey Bevan, Director and Ambassador for the McGrath Foundation as our guest speaker this May.
Gen Collective in partnership with PKF is pleased to present Michelle McPherson Chief Financial Officer of nib, one of the region’s most accomplished women as our guest speaker this April.
Gen Collective is thrilled to partner with Westfield Kotara to present our annual Spring evening of fashion and film.
Please join us for dinner at Cantina de Mad Mex at The Rooftop and later, for fabulous fashion session with Westfield Kotara stylist Kate Kohler and the new release movie Home Again at Event Cinemas.
Bring along a male colleague or friend and join Gen Collective and corporate sponsor Commonwealth Bank for breakfast this June as we hear from Joel Pilgrim and break down the stigma of Mental Health.
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Join Gen Collective this May for a deep dive into Louise Hatcher’s journey from linguistics teacher to establishing herself as the Hunter’s authority on style and design.
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Kick off 2017 in style with Gen Collective at our February event!
Thanks to our friends at Osborn Law and The Terrace Bar, we are looking forward to welcoming you to a relaxed evening of networking along with delicious canapes and drinks.
It will be a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and new after the festive season and get inspired for the year ahead!
Why not bring along a colleague or client! Look forward to seeing you there!
Date | Wednesday 22 Feburary
Time | 5:45pm
Venue | The Terrace Bar, 529 Hunter St
Cost | $45 or $40 for members
Christmas is the perfect time to catch up with Gen Collective members and friends to enjoy a delightful breakfast spread & to reflect on the ever-so-quick year that was!
We would love your company for a relaxed morning at Bolton Street Pantry from 7am.
Please join us for a luncheon in support of the prevention of domestic violence against women with special guest Kellie Mills, Managing Partner of Mills-Eaton Training and the 100 Alice Stories Project.
Join us for an evening of networking, champagne and sliders at Westfield Kotara Event Cinemas for an evening of fashion and film with Prue Thomas and Bec Fallowfield followed by a special preview of The Girl on the Train in the Gold Class Lounge.
Date | Tuesday 13 September
Time | 5:30pm for 6pm
Venue | Newcleus, 6 Dick Street, Newcastle West
Cost | $60 or $55 for members
Everyone is talking about the Future of Work. Ten years ago, Facebook didn't exist. Ten years before that, we didn't have the Web. So who knows what jobs will be born a decade from now?
The conversation is usually tinged with adrenaline. Some find it exciting others find it fearful. So let’s take a look at what the future of work is shaping up to be and see what possibilities we can uncover. Come on a journey with us as Christina Gerakiteys, an ideator and innovation enabler, takes you on a journey into the future. Christina travels the world seeking ways to do things better, smarter and faster. She has written business development and innovation programs, conducts workshops and facilitates strategic planning meetings and conferences.
She will discuss that ideas of hover boards and flying cars have long since passed and will question what the future of technology will be like? What is Mass Transformative Purpose? Did you know that your ability to touch humanity has been democratised? And what does a ‘wage-free' model look like?