In Conversation with Sarah Ferguson and Nikki Gemmell

Join two of Australia's most influential female thinkers at our next Women in Business signature event on 31 May 2018.

Award-winning journalist and ABC presenter Sarah Ferguson, a Women in Business favourite, will discuss her most recent book On Mother – a poignant reflection on mothers and daughters that she wrote following the sudden death of her own mother.  Detailing a mother's love over both decades and continents, the book is an ideal reminder of the special bond we often share with our mothers, and the importance of enjoying the present. 

Also presenting will be best-selling author Nikki Gemmell, author of The Bride Stripped Bare, who will talk about her quest to 'find quiet in today's shouty world'.  In her latest book On Quiet, Nikki makes the case for why quiet is steadily gaining ground and why we need it now more than ever!  
This event is timed to coincide with Mother's Day, so why not take the opportunity to invite your mother, and biggest supporter, to join you at this intimate and very personal evening of conversation.  All guests will receive a complimentary copy of both Sarah and Nikki's books, whilst enjoying drinks, canapes and good company.

Don't miss your chance to hear two of Australia's most articulate women as they provide an insight into the events, relationships and ideas that continue to shape their lives.

Tickets available HERE.

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