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Business services sector attendance grants – registrations open

The 2021 Australian Women’s Leadership Symposium will take place in Sydney on Friday August 13, and will be coming to every other capital city throughout the year. 

Featuring keynote presentations from Australia’s most respected and dynamic women, the Symposiums have become synonymous with excellence and achievement across every field of endeavour. Attended by women from all sectors and industries, the events represent the best way to connect with the national gender equity debate and hear the latest thinking on all things women and leadership. See the 2021 agenda and keynote speakers here

To ensure women from a diverse range of industries are represented at the Symposiums, Women & Leadership Australia is offering a limited number of partial attendance grants across a number of sectors. This year, 100 partial attendance grants are available to women in the Business Services Sector. These grants are redeemable at each of the eight Symposium events and will be awarded on a first come first serve basis.

Please note: Attendance grants reduce the registration fee by $700 per person and cannot be accessed via the Symposium website. For more information and to apply, complete the form here and return via email. Specific delegate details are not required for group registrations.

website: Women and Leadership Australia

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