Female business owners, small businesses and home-based entrepreneurs shared
and debated the fundamentals of financial fitness at Kleine Constantia
Boutique Guest house and tea garden in Struben’s Valley recently when the
Woman in Business Network Morning took place.
Commented Hirsch Strubens Valley PRO Daniel Muller “Nicki Blignaut from
Sanlam, explained how woman can reach financial fitness in 2016 and shared
few steps that they can follow.”
“It is of utmost importance for anyone, not just woman to be financially
fit, especially in this day and age as we are exposed to too many factors
that threaten our future and ability to be financially fit as mothers, wives
and daughters,” Blignaut explained.
The November finalist in the ‘Margaret Hirsch Women in Business Achiever
Competition was Nickey Barnard owner of Curves Strubens Valley. “The ethos
of everything Nickey does, lies in ensuring that those who deserve an
opportunity to become the best they can be, are given a chance to succeed
and live fulfilled lives – a worthy finalist of the Margaret Hirsch Women In
Business Achiever Award Indeed!” said Muller.
“These Networking Mornings are available for free to anyone and it is just
one way of networking among business people. Anyone who wants to join can
contact me by email,” concluded Muller. You can contact Daniel Muller Public
relations officer on firstname.lastname@example.org or 079 874 1510 www.hirschs.co.za