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Sonia Beckwith, Michelle Scales, Jules Bush and Emma Krause.
Camera IconSonia Beckwith, Michelle Scales, Jules Bush and Emma Krause.

Exmouth’s Lady Boss Hustle event has been hailed a great success by organisers and attendees.

The event was attended by 60 women representing 44 businesses from across Exmouth and Coral Bay on the night of November 17 at Whaler’s Restaurant.

Greg Quicke and Emma Krause.
Camera IconGreg Quicke and Emma Krause. Credit: Holly Winkle

The Lady Boss Hustle, hosted by the Gascoyne Tourism Board, aimed to celebrate the role women play in the Exmouth business community and allow guests to network, share thoughts and gain inspiration.

Helent Turner and Jules Bush.
Camera IconHelent Turner and Jules Bush. Credit: Holly Winkle/Holly Winkle, Holly Winkle.

Guest speakers included Business Centre Pilbara business adviser Neil McGilp, Qantas head of programs and change Caroline Hofman, local marriage celebrant Hilary Van Eldik and Broome business Astro Tours owner Greg Quicke.

The evening was MCed by Emma Krause, who had guests in stitches throughout the night.

MC Emma Krause kept guests giggling throughout the night.
Camera IconMC Emma Krause kept guests giggling throughout the night. Credit: Holly Winkle.

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