Graphic designer Aimee Bretell with president of the Bundaberg Business Women’s Network Betty Lappin, communications officer Angela Nightingale and web developer Jon McPherson.
Graphic designer Aimee Bretell with president of the Bundaberg Business Women’s Network Betty Lappin, communications officer Angela Nightingale and web developer Jon McPherson. Mike Knott

New website to promote group goals

THE Bundaberg Business Women's Network (BBWN) will launch a new website next week in an effort to increase its online presence.

BBWN communications officer Angela Nightingale has worked with designers to develop a website that would provide relevant information for members.

"The new website was built upon BBWN's key concepts - personal development, career development and business development," Ms Nightingale said.

"The new website is an external representation of our business and provides information about the support we offer."

All members and guests are encouraged to attend the official website launch at a breakfast next Tuesday at the Bert Hinkler Conference Room from 6.30am.



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