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Gabrielle Hervey to wow Business Club

Gabrielle Hervey to wow Business Club


The Auckland Chamber of Commerce is delighted to present Gabrielle Hervey, Chief Executive Officer of World of WearableArt, at its Business Club where she will share the breathtaking journey of a business she has transformed into a global icon.

Described as “Mardi Gras meets Haute Couture at a Peter Gabriel concert”, the World of WearableArt has become one of New Zealand’s most flamboyant local success stories that has wowed design, fashion and art industries internationally.

For over seven years Gabrielle has led the business into spirited growth, both creatively and commercially, while ensuring the brand is continually twisting conventional perceptions of art, fashion and dance.

An event full of flair - mark the date in your calendar now. Be prepared to be WOWED!

Business Club celebrates vitality and success in New Zealand business. It promotes networking and provides a fun and lively environment in which key business issues can be addressed.

Business Club events are complimentary and offer a valuable opportunity to promote your company to other Chamber members in a wide cross-section of the business community by hiring a Table-Top expo stand.

Business Club is proudly sponsored by Ford Motor Company of New Zealand.

Date: Wednesday 5th November
Time: 4.30pm – 7.00pm
Venue: Ellerslie Convention Centre, 80 - 100 Ascot Avenue, Remuera
Attendance: Complimentary, but numbers are limited. Please register by emailing events[at]chamber.co.nz or visiting www.businessclub.co.nz


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