Benefits of Joining

As a not for profit organisation, Wyndham BizNet ensures fees are kept to a minimum to enable members and guests maximum opportunity to attend.

Included in our annual fees are the following benefits to "financial" members only:-

  • Monthly meetings at a reduced "members" price (saving $15 per month)
  • Promotion of your business on the Wyndham BizNet website
  • Table available for all promotional material
  • Opportunity to sponsor a dinner meeting (see below)
  • Initial membership includes a printed badge free of charge

Monthly Sponsorship

All "financial" members are given an opportunity to apply to be a sponsor at our monthly dinners which includes the following:-

  • Sponsors' promotional material can be placed exclusively on all tables
  • Opportunity to present your service or product/s in a lucky draw prize
  • Your company logo to appear in the Wyndham BizNet monthly newspaper ad in the Star Weekly.
  • Inclusion in our Website listing of all sponsors for current year. 
  • Featured in our News Letter that is sent to all members and other social media releases.
Sponsorship is limited - to apply please email:-


Vernon Fettke President of Wyndham BizNet on

info@wyndhambiznet.com.au

2018 March Seminar
Tuesday, 13 March 2018

VENUE
ITALIAN SPORTS CLUB OF WERRIBEE
601 HEATHS ROAD, WERRIBEE
VIC 3030

SPONSOR



KEY NOTE SPEAKER



Our Guest Speaker is Liana Buchanan.  

Liana is the Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People and also sits as a part-time Commissioner of the Victorian Law Reform Commission.  Liana has a background in oversight and system reform for people experiencing disadvantage, with a strong focus on family violence and sexual assault. 

Prior to her appointment as Commissioner, her roles included the Executive Officer of the Federation of Community Legal Centres, where she lead the peak body for Victoria’s 50 community legal centres, and the Director, Office of Correctional Services Review, where she was responsible for monitoring Victoria's corrections system. 

Liana has also held legal and policy positions with a social justice focus in a number of agencies including the Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission, Department of Justice, Office for the Status of Women and Women’s Legal Service (SA).
 



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