Enrich - Celebrating Women in Business

19 September 2019

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Join us for a day of inspirational women speaking about a diverse range of topics from reinvention,
the art of self-love, resilience, leadership, making the impossible – possible, evolution,
retiring on your terms and more!

Spot prizes include an Auckland getaway for two from Dunedin or Invercargill
thanks to Air NZ and SkyCity Grand Hotel.

Complimentary goodie bags provided on the day!

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Venue: Dunedin Art Gallery    
Date:    Thursday, 19 September 2019 
Time:   9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Arrival coffee and tea from 8.30 am and networking drinks from 4.30 pm.


  • $399.00 + GST (Members)
  • $499.00 + GST (Non-members)

 Group Discounts

  • 3 - 4 people – 10% off Member or Non Member Investment
  • 5+ people – 15% off Member or Non Member Investment

Group discounts apply to bookings for participants registered from the same organisation.


Jude Dobson - Keynote speaker - 30 years of finding my way in media…and life!

Jude started on TV in 1989 and has been in a variety of shows since then, (even attempting dancing recently…), but her real passion lies with storytelling.  Her strength is in taking the initial ‘what if’ notion from an idea to reality, producing content through her own production company.  Her core drivers are social enterprise focused, or preserving history for future generations.  She works collaboratively with Government and NGOs to get their messages to families through a video resource called Raising Children, and is currently working on two documentaries.  One is about Kiwis in WW1 and another about the RNZAF in WW2 and today.

Hannah McQueen - Set F.I.R.E to your mortgage and retire on your terms

Hannah McQueen is a financial force of nature.  She’s a Chartered Accountant, an Authorised Financial Advisor, has her Masters in Tax and is the author of three personal finance books.  She’s helped thousands of Kiwis get ahead, get mortgage-free fast and prepare for retirement through enableMe – Financial Personal Trainers.

Hon Louise Upston MP

Louise ran for Parliament for the first time in 2008 and won the Taupō seat; one of the country’s largest.  She has retained the seat in every election since.  From Backbencher in 2008 to Senior Whip in 2011 and Minister in 2014 with portfolios including Minister for Corrections, Women and Land Information; and Associate Minister for Education, Local Government, Primary Industries, and Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.  Now Louise is Opposition Spokesperson for Social Development. 

Simone Anderson - The evolution of my journey - expect the best

Simone is a social media sensation, published author, writer, blogger, health guru, speaker and make-up artist.  In 2014, Simone decided to take control of her well-being.  She utilised social media for accountability and shed nearly 100kg in less than a year. 

Corene Walker - The art of self-love

Corene dives deeper into what matters most – people, connections and relationships.  In her ‘fantail’ approach, she has crafted a life understanding its intricacies – especially with people and emotional intelligence - that’s been completely on purpose, every winged step of the way.  She would love to help you do the same, nailing this thing called people-stuff that comes up every day.

Jane Ludemann - Making the impossible, possible 

At the age of 32 Jane was diagnosed with a life threatening cancer called low-grade serous carcinoma.  With no way in the world to directly donate to or fundraise for research on her cancer - she created a charity (cureourovariancancer.org) for the 1 in 1000 women like her.

Kate Hesson - Reinvention - don't be afraid

Kate is a qualified mediator and practiced as a commercial lawyer for nearly two decades.  Much of her time has been spent in Dunedin, but there have been moments of bravery – including stints in Kenya and Argentina.  Kate wants to encourage others to brave and think outside the box.

Penny Simmonds - Resilience in leadership

Penny Simmonds is Chief Executive of Southern Institute of Technology (SIT), appointed in 1997.  In 2019 she was appointed Chair of Community Trust South.  Penny received the Woolf Fisher Fellowship in 2000, and was made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2016. 


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Dunedin 19 September 2019 9.00 am - 5.00 pm Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 30 The Octagon, Dunedin  


$ 399.00 + GST for members
$ 499.00 + GST for non-members


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