Virtual coffee networking begins for Illawarra businesswomen during COVID-19

After postponing its annual awards and cancelling the next lunch Illawarra Women in Business (IWIB) has found away to keep networking through COVID-19 isolation.

The first IWIB Virtual Coffee Club was help this week with the help of Karen Meiring de Gonzalez, of Skin Correctives, Maralyn Young, of CasaMia Bra Fitting and Post Mastectomy, Meryll Faulkner, of Making Faces Makeup Studio, Doreen Brown, of Doreen Brown – Your Local SEO Specialist Wollongong, and Andrea Pavea, of Andrea Maree Creative.

Virtual networkers: Karen Meiring de Gonzalez, of Skin Correctives, Maralyn Young, of CasaMia Bra Fitting and Post Mastectomy, IWIB director Glenda Papac, Meryll Faulkner, of Making Faces Makeup Studio, and Doreen Brown, of Doreen Brown – Your Local SEO Specialist Wollongong. Picture: Greg Ellis.

Illawarra Women in Business director Glenda Papac said more get togethers were presently being encouraged within the businesswomen’s networking group.

Mrs Papac is encouraging anyone who would like to be part of an IWIB Virtual Coffee Club is encouraged to co-ordinate a group of four IWIB Subscribers and coordinate them on the free Zoom App.

And of course with a cup of coffee on hand for the networking.

This article was originally published by Greg Ellis in Illawarra Mercury, 3rd April 2020


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