Palaszczuk Government boost for women in business

By March 7, 2017 May 8th, 2017 Client News

Brisbane, Australia (Tuesday, March 07, 2017) – Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch marked International Women’s Day today reaffirming the Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to support women in small business.

Speaking at an Advancing Women in Business breakfast event today, Ms Enoch said nationally a growing number of women were operating businesses, from home-based businesses to heads of multinational corporations.

“Queensland has many inspiring business women who are leading the way for others to follow,” Ms Enoch said.

“Queensland’s Tracey Vieira, Marie Piccone and Dr Catherine Ball have all been recognised in the prestigious Telstra Businesswoman Awards and there are many more inspiring women making their mark with thriving businesses throughout the state.

Read the full media release about Advancing Women in Business here.

Source: Queensland Government

Related content: OTM Stories, Action Plan for Advancing Women in Business

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