Girlie bash means more business

Brooke Seldon and Kylie Clifford from Tree House Play and Café; Jodie Maloney, independent Nutrimetics consultant and Fiona Rotbol of Willow Bags. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d404464
Brooke Seldon and Kylie Clifford from Tree House Play and Café; Jodie Maloney, independent Nutrimetics consultant and Fiona Rotbol of Willow Bags. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d404464

Success resident Fiona Rotbol and fellow co-ordinator Jodie Maloney were discussing ways to garner more interest in home-based businesses within the community, when the idea for a bash was born.

‘People can expect to have a night full of fun, chatter, laughter and networking with lots of pretty and practical things,’ Ms Rotbol said of the forthcoming event.

‘People will probably be surprised to see how much talent we have locally, and how many home-based businesses we have within the area.’

She said the long-term goal was to get seasonal pop-up markets organised in Cockburn to show what the community was all about.

‘We have a fantastic community with so much talent, and as the area is expanding all the time we feel we need a platform where these home-based business can get more support and exposure through our community.’