Wanneroo Business Association expo a success


Clockwise from top left: Sami Renouf-Bromley, Wanneroo Business Association president Vesna Sampson, Dr Ros Worthington, Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts and Allison Hailes; Samantha Fenn and Margaret Munro; Michelle Weall and Carly Martin; Frances Blackie  and Natalia Vanveen; Amand Yoong and Katie Whitham; Gerard Sasidharan and Mark Dingwall.
Wanneroo Business Association expo a success
Wanneroo Business Association expo a success
Wanneroo Business Association expo a success
Wanneroo Business Association expo a success
Wanneroo Business Association expo a success
Clockwise from top left: Sami Renouf-Bromley, Wanneroo Business Association president Vesna Sampson, Dr Ros Worthington, Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts and Allison Hailes; Samantha Fenn and Margaret Munro; Michelle Weall and Carly Martin; Frances Blackie and Natalia Vanveen; Amand Yoong and Katie Whitham; Gerard Sasidharan and Mark Dingwall.

NETWORKING, forums and workshops featured in a packed two days at the Wanneroo Business Expo.

Hosted by the Wanneroo Business Association and City of Wanneroo, the expo had displays from more than 30 businesses, including a 3D scanning machine and a stationary bike that made smoothies.

Association president Vesna Sampson said a highlight was the Women in Leadership Forum featuring 2015 Western Australian of the Year community award winner Dr Ros Worthington, former bodybuilding champion Sami Renouf-Bromley and Urban Development Institute of Australia WA chief executive Allison Hailes. “It was a great session with three very inspiring leading women sharing their amazing stories and pathways to success – the trials, tribulation and celebrations along the way,” she said.

The expo ended with a sundowner and silent auction that raised more than $3300 for Youth Futures WA.