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    CBCC BRAVE Lunchtime Talk - Digital - Gmail

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    The Brave Project, spearheaded by The Canterbury of Bankstown Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), is a community-driven initiative providing essential wrap-around skills and opportunities aimed at South-West and Western Sydney CALD women who want to return to work. In this Workshop, you'll be covering legal rights and entitlements of employees returning to work, as well as legal considerations for employees dealing with staff returning to work.

    🌟 Unlock Your Business Potential with the Brave Project! 🌟

    🤝 Join a vibrant community of entrepreneurs and innovators committed to supporting each other's success.

    🔍 Gain access to invaluable resources, personalised assistance, and exclusive networking opportunities tailored to your business needs.

    💡 Whether you're a seasoned business owner or just starting out, the Brave Project equips you with the tools and connections to thrive in today's dynamic market.

    💼 Don't let obstacles hold you back—be bold, be brave, and join the movement!

    Date: 24th June, 2024
    Time: 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
    Location: Online via Zoom, Collappor8 Main Office


    Welcome to the digital age of learning! As you navigate through your academic journey, embracing digital tools can greatly enhance your productivity, organization, and overall success. Digital Gmail offers convenience, efficiency, collaboration opportunities, integration possibilities, and security, making it a valuable tool for personal and professional communication. The key to success lies not only in the tools you use but also in how effectively you integrate them into your academic routine. Experiment with different digital tools, find what works best for you, and adapt your workflow accordingly. By harnessing the power of digital tools, you'll be well-equipped to excel in your studies and beyond.

    About the Facilitator:

    Introducing Mona Chiha, a potent figure of dynamism and innovation in the financial industry. Her journey, commencing in 2009, charts a course of notable achievements in the field of finance technology, effectively disrupting longstanding norms and heralding a new era for aspiring female leaders.

    Benefitting from a multifaceted background spanning credit lending, business analysis, digital commerce, and litigation funding, she has successfully established three fintech enterprises, demonstrating her distinct aptitude for innovation. In addition to her entrepreneurial endeavors, she holds a seat on the board of OneMaronite, a testament to her expansive vision and commitment to philanthropy.

    Mona consistently seeks to surpass conventional boundaries, continuously innovating to offer exceptional financial services to her clients. The industry has recognised her untiring dedication and hard work, marking her as a finalist in the 2022 Australian Women's Small Business Champion Awards and bestowing upon her the notable title of Business of the Year from Canterbury Bankstown Chambers of Commerce in 2022.

    Away from her professional pursuits, she remains committed to personal development. She is currently undertaking a Masters in Business Administration at the University of Technology Sydney, signifying her enduring commitment to the acquisition of knowledge and self-improvement.

    Mona Chiha stands as a beacon of inspiration and leadership in the fintech industry. She persistently challenges the status quo, innovating, and breaking barriers, leaving an indelible mark on her field. Her unwavering dedication, passion, and drive are undeniable, reinforcing the belief that her potential knows no boundaries.


    • Utilising Gmail
    • Utilising digital tools
    • Utilising digital devices

    For inquiries and further information, please contact Wally at 0416 012 747.


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    NSW Government

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