For business women, networking is a great way to meet like-minded people, make new connections in your industry and learn something new from the people you meet.
Making new connections may even help you to gain new clients or customers, promote your business or help someone else to achieve their goals.
To help you get started here is a list of Australian women’s networking groups you may wish to join.
|Australian Local Government Women’s Association
|Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA)
|Australian Women Lawyers
|Australian Women’s Health Network
|Behind Closed Doors
|Business in Heels
|Business Women Connect
|Canberra Women in Business
|Central Coast Collective
|Chief Executive Women
|Community & Business Women’s Network Central Coast NSW
|Dell Women Powering Business
|Executive Women Australia
|Females in IT and Telecommunications
|National Foundation for Australian Women
|National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
|Older Women’s Network Australia
|(RRR) Women’s Network of Western Australia
|She Business Australia
|Success Women’s Network
|The Little Black Dress Group
|The Women’s Investment Club
|Women as Entrepreneurs
|Women Chiefs of Enterprises International
|Women in Banking and Finance
|Women in Business
|Women in Engineering
|Women in Focus
|Women in Information and Communication
|Women in Information Technology
|Women in Mining and Resources Queensland (WIMARQ)
|Women in Mining and Resources WA (WIMWA)
|Women Lawyers NSW
|Women with Altitude
|Women’s Network Australia
Please let us know if there are any groups we have missed.
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