PWAPM National Leadership Conference
The PWAPM (Professional Women in Australian Pest Management) is excited to announce the very first Women’s Leadership Pest Conference. This two day event will provide a distinctive learning environment and offer interactive, industry-specific programming. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from industry experts and connect with leaders through a number of Keynote Presentations, facilitated panels, guest speakers, open discussions, and networking.
Where: Mantra Southport Sharks
Southport Sharks is a premier dining and entertainment district with a multi-purpose events centre, two restaurants, cafe, five bars, fitness centre and now home to superior Southport accommodation brought to you by Mantra Hotels. Fabulous Studios and Suites offer complimentary WiFi, along with the latest in fittings and décor.
To make the most of the conference we recommend you arrive on the 4th March for the welcome reception. This will allow you to meet with the other delegates. Most of us will be staying on the Saturday night – 6th March so we can sit back and relax with our new found friends at the closing party.
We recommend that you book your accommodation at the event centre – Mantra at Sharks. It is going to be a full 2 days and you will need to go back to your room to refresh and change for the conference dinner. Please note we have not held any rooms for this conference so it will be on a first in bases. Rooms start from around $100 per night. The Reservation team has allocated a booking code to this event of CE2021, which will give you 15% off your accommodation at time of booking. You must call the hotel directly on 07 5532 1155 or email the code to receive this discount.
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