Wanneroo Business Association’s Networking Bingo business event recieved a full house!
Business events don’t need to be boring. Held at Wanneroo Sports and Social Club as part of Kingsway Community Bank Branch‘s Business in the Spotlight campaign, a recent sunriser event saw over 40 business owners attend.
Business owners were tasked with networking with attendees, to find people that matched descriptions on their ‘networking bingo’ sheets. The atmoshphere was fun but competitive, and the event format enabled people to break the ice and connect with ease.
Kingsway Community Bank Branch is based on a ‘profit-with-purpose’ model, which means profits are returned directly to the community that has generated them. With the backing of Australia’s 5th biggest retail Bank, Bendigo, the Kingsway Community Bank Branch brings you award winning financial products and personalised local service, and is also the Wanneroo Business Association’s bank of choice.
Bev Errington, Kingsway Community Financial Services -‘It was an awesome event like all your events, thanks Lauren and Kellie for your hard work. We just love working with our community.’
Karen Bishop, Feel Good Therapies – ‘Great fun – Sunrisers event really get you motivated for the day – thanks Lauren and Kellie.’
Kevin Miller, Business Growth -‘Great concept thanks!’
There are a variety of business events for you to access, at different times of the day and week, and with different structures. Click here to register for your next event.
Our Sunriser events include creative ways to get you networking and interacting with other business owners. They are a great way to increase your networking confidence.
WBA events are free for members, guests can redeem one free attendance by calling us on 9206 3888, attendance for non-members following the first free event will be invoiced or charged accordingly through the website booking page.
For networking tips and advice, click here
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