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2020 International Women’s Day Panellists

We are excited to announce our panellists/speakers for the 2020 International Women’s Day Luncheon are Dr Jo Lukins, Amber Hauff and OAM Fay Barker. Dr Jo Lukins Dr Jo Lukins spends her day inside the heads of individuals, teams and organisations – seeking to understand what makes them tick…

12th February, 2020
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2019 TBWC Christmas Lunch

We had a great Christmas lunch at the Pier Restaurant on Friday 6th December raising money for our Education Bursaries. Special thanks to our sponsors Pickerings MG, Jewellery by Design, Townsville Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Keyes & Co Property, Findex, Wilson/Ryan/Grose, Nourishing Bites, First Things First Wellness Centre.

8th December, 2019
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Women in business celebrated

The winners of the 2019 Townsville Business Women’s Circle (TBWC) Business Awards have been announced tonight at a gala event at The Ville. The awards celebrate the extraordinary depth and breadth of contribution, knowledge, innovation, achievement and leadership by women in business in the Townsville North Queensland region. TBWC President,…

6th September, 2019
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TBWC and 3rd Brigade presents Stronger Together

For the second consecutive year, TBWC and 3rd Brigade brings you a teambuilding day with a difference. Business professionals are invited into the gates of Lavarack Barracks to learn from and work together with the Australian Defence Force. TBWC in partnership with the Australian Defence Force, 3rd Brigade is delighted…

28th June, 2019
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James Cook University partners with TBWC

James Cook University (JCU) has partnered with the Townsville Business Women’s Circle for the JCU Business Bites. Held monthly, the events are free for members to attend and provide ‘bite-sized’ educational style presentations about different topics relating to business.

18th April, 2019
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Bursary funds support women’s education

$11,000 in bursary funds announced for five local women. In under six months an idea to advance women’s education has grown into a significant funding program for the north. The Women’s Education Bursary which was launched late last year, raised $11,000 for the inaugural round thanks to the support of…

7th March, 2016
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