Business women shine in the Wheatbelt

“Wheatbelt Business Network recently held a professional business development day, We Shine, to connect and inspire women entrepreneurs throughout the Wheatbelt at the Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre.

The event is in its third year and this year about 90 women travelled from all over Western Australia to listen to keynote speakers Helen Marshall, founder of Primal Alternative and Jo Palmer, founder of Pointer Remote Roles, New South Wales.

Both women, who have been extremely successful in their own rights, impressed the crowd with their passion for their businesses and innovative practices.”

For the full story, courtesy of the Farm Weekly click here

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We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather to work, learn and communicate, especially the Wiradjuri people where the Pointer Remote Roles headquarters is based. We pay our respects to all elders past, present and emerging. Pointer Remote Roles is very proud to provide be sharing solutions towards a workforce where everyone can be proud of their identity and feel like they belong.

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