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Dozens gather for Geraldton’s Women Inspiring Better Business networking breakfast

Staff reporterGeraldton Guardian
WIBBs chair Barb Thompson, guest speaker Kiri Bolton and Kaylee Woodley and Teresa Italiano from Cut Loose Hair Design.
Camera IconWIBBs chair Barb Thompson, guest speaker Kiri Bolton and Kaylee Woodley and Teresa Italiano from Cut Loose Hair Design. Credit: Kelly Eastough

Empowering stories of career and work success were shared when dozens attended the latest Women Inspiring Better Business networking breakfast last week.

Set at Laian Restaurant where the flavoursome, authentic Arabian food was a hit, more than 80 woman attended the WIBBs event, which had Kiri Bolton as its guest speaker.

Ms Bolton is a mum of two, chef by trade, food blogger, a previous dump truck and grader operator as well as being a fabulous frock-wearing, lipstick-loving party planning queen.

She shared with the crowd her “why” and what motivated her to do her best each day. Ms Bolton is now reaching new heights with her Lorraine Lea Linen business and will be featured in their winter catalogue out next month. Ms Bolton can be contacted on 0448 341 459.

The breakfast last Wednesday saw young hairdresser Kaylee Woodley, from Cut Loose Hair Design, speak about a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity coming up for her. The former Aboriginal Student of the Year at Central Regional TAFE last year is one of three junior hairdressers to represent Australia at the Intercoiffure Global Hairdressing Expo in St Tropez, France from June 30 to July 3.

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For more information about WIBBs, what they do and their upcoming events visit their website wibbs.com.au and keep an eye out on their social media channels.

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