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March Dinner - Your point of difference by Kaz Hughes

  • 12 Mar 2014
  • 6:30 PM
  • Trulli Pizza – 93 Whitelaw St (Main St), Meeniyan

Registration

  • Member Plus Guests intro pricing
  • Non Member Pricing

THIS EVENT IS BOOKED OUT!

SPECIAL NOTES: OUR MARCH EVENT IS ON A WEDNESDAY!!!
Seating is limited to 42 for this event.

What's your 'Point of Difference'?

Kaz HughesWe are excited to announce that one of our own, Kaz Hughes, is this month's speaker on the all important topic of 'Point of Difference'.

Kaz relocated from the big smoke a few years back to start a new business in a highly competitive industry that already had many well entrenched competitors in the South Gippsland region.

Kaz had to learn how to stand out from the crowd in order to survive and will be sharing her hard earned and invaluable insights with SBWN at this month's event.

A high energy individual with a great sense of humour, Kaz is also an inspiring, motivational and entertaining speaker.

This event, MC'ed by another of our members, the fabulous Lucy May Mertens, will definitely leave you with something to think about and tools to build on in 2014.

Trulli Pizza - fine southern Italian cuisine...

Our March venue - Trulli Pizza is owned and operated by Chef Francesco a native of southern Italy the home of gourmet wood-fired pizza and pasta, delicious antipasto and gorgeous Italian desserts

Trulli is named after a particular house style in the region of southern Italy that Francesco hails from. The houses are called a Trullo. The style of building looks slightly like an igloo made of stone; the plural being Trulli.

The venue is on the main street in Meeniyan, 15 minutes past Leongatha if you're coming from the Melbourne side.

Check out their great reviews on TripAdvisor.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be yet another fantastic networking event!

Trulli Pizza, our March dinner destination

Top: Chef Francesco. Bottom left: delicious antipasto. Bottom right: Trullo houses in southern Italy.

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