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Reyna Mendes Speaks at "Imagine the Possibilities 2017"

Friday, 15 September 2017

Reyna Mendes Speaks at "Imagine the Possibilities 2017"

Moama Bowling Club - Business Event for Regional Women

Moama Bowling Club hosted the third annual Imagine The Possibilities conference. ITP2017 is THE business event of the year for regional women. The full day conference will explored the challenges that business women, entrepreneurs and 'intrapreneurs' face while providing concise, useful information that can be applied to personal and professional lives.

Reyna Mendes, Barringtons Learning and Development Manager, spoke at one of the break out sessions on Emotional Intelligence (EQ).

Imagine The Possibilities is proud to support Echuca Moama Girls Night Out (GNO) to raise vital funds for Echuca Regional Health's Oncology Department. Their Supportive Care Program provides extra care and financial support for things like counselling, rent payments, wigs, alternative therapies, lymphodeama sleeves, fuel cards, accommodation, home care and child care.

The ticket price included lunch, a fabulous goodie bag and a chance to mingle over a complementary glass of bubbles at Junction after the event.

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