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New Zealand ’s Largest Women’s…

New Zealand ’s Largest Women’s…

The facts and figures continually point to women’s greater influence in the workplace, on household disposable income and how and where it is spent. Consequently, here is the event that recognise this seismic shift in the gender landscape.

The Women’s Show arrives in Auckland on August 27th, 28th, and 29th and is all about the Women of the naughties. By incorporating the Contemporary Art Expozay and the inaugural Home & Small Business Expo the Women’s Show ensures a very broad reach, one that caters to almost every aspect of the modern woman’s life, career, and leisure-time. While there are over 170 exhibitors, all who value women as powerful consumers and influential in their own right, what really fires this expo up is the range of speakers and host of activities that are scheduled for the three days.

Annette Presley, the success story behind the ISP Slingshot will be giving a seminar divulging the hints and hurdles she came across while building this brand from nothing into one of New Zealand ’s most recent success stories. Winging her way in especially for the show is Sandy Forster whose company ‘Wildly Wealthy Women’ is behind Australia ’s Number 1 Millionaire Mentoring Programme. Her inspiration and wisdom has successfully encouraged women worldwide to get their money to flow and grow! She is a must see at the show.

How does someone go from bank manager to spiritual medium? Come along and hear Jeanette Wilson tell her unique story, ‘Medium Rare’ and witness her extraordinary healing and enlightening gifts. Men get a look in too, with renowned interior design maverick Donald Sunderland scheduled to deliver what will no doubt be a show highlight, energising professionals and amateurs alike with his creative wisdom.

On the leisure side of things, Julio Biuso will be communicating modern culinary creations in her ‘Fast Food for a Fast Life’ presentation, and Jenna Moore From Next Magazine will be sharing her foundation secrets when she talks about ‘The Basic Face: How to Get The Best Use of Makeup’. In addition, there is a range of Les Mills hosted aerobic sessions, Pilates demonstrations and genuine ceroc and samba dancing for the more physical enthusiast.

The Contemporary Art Expozay is an eclectic display of some of this country’s most talented emerging artists, both female and male, while the Home and Small Business Expo offers information from website design to running a business from home, as well as a host of superb franchise opportunities for anyone considering going into business.

The exhibitors themselves are vast in range and number, offering new products, concepts and ideas to enhance, inspire and delight the world of the modern day woman. And big names like Saab and Citroen rubbing their euro-shoulders with innovative, energetic young companies such as Skin Food and Fat So.

If this all gets a bit active, there is a ‘Pamper Stop’ where for a nominal ticket price, women can get ‘made over’ by some of the country’s top make up experts and hair stylists.

With sponsors such as Lindauer this will prove to be an event as inspiring as it is sumptuous, one that brings together a must see and do experience that will enchant and excite everyone, women and men!

Entry is just $15.00, (with men gaining entry for free), and the seminars are repeated across the three days, to ensure no one misses out. So book a date and come and join us.

….. it could just change your life!

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