After a year of Zoom meetings and social distancing, it is time to start mingling and growing our networks again. Women on Boards members and their guests are invited to meet and network at this special social WOBMeet event sponsored by Andreyev Lawyers.
Twice a year - including at Christmas time - we open the event to members guests and those who are new to WOB. This is a great opportunity for our members to bring a friend / colleague and for those who are new to WOB to be introduced to our terrific network.
So this Christmas, give yourself or a woman you know an early gift and bring them along to WOBMeet.
Price includes one drink on arrival + light finger food. Following your first drink, drinks available at bar prices.
An evening for all aspiring leaders and directors to meet, share, network and learn.
Thanks to the efforts of our new sponsor, Andreyev Lawyers we have been able to secure Flavia Tata Nardini, as our guest speaker.
Flavia is CEO and Co-Founder at Fleet Space Technologies and often refers to herself as a “Rocket Scientist”. The official mission of Fleet is to change Earth from Space by creating connecting the internet of things across the world through a fleet of small, low-cost satellites. She is a strong advocate for South Australia and considers herself very lucky to be able to pursue a career in the space industry in this state. She named First Among Equals At InDaily’s 40 Under 40 Awards and a member of the South Australian Entrepreneurship Advisory Board.
Flavia Tata Nardini
CEO & Co-founder Fleet Space Technologies
Chair - Sven Sisters
Mentor & Investor - Moonshot
NED - South Australian Entrepreneurship Advisory Board
Educated in Italy and living in Adelaide, Tata is a co-founder and CEO of Fleet Space Technologies, an Adelaide-based space company focused on connecting the Internet of Things by deploying hundreds of low-cost nanosatellites around the world. Dubbed the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the ‘digital nervous system’ Fleet is creating will ultimately make it faster, simpler and less expensive to connect every device on Earth, transforming how businesses connect and gather vital information that can drive growth and change. Fleet’s nanosatellites have potential to revolutionise industries like agriculture, logistics and mining, and impact every aspect of life from measuring the effect of climate change in remote areas such as the Amazon to improving food production in Africa.
Flavia Tata Nardini is one of few people in this world to have seen the innovative systems she has helped develop flying on actual space missions. Read more here.
Wendy Teasdale-Smith, SA Representative, Women on Boards Australia
Wendy is founder of the business ‘What the Stuff’, which specialises in public speaking. She has also had a successful background in the education industry and was previously the CEO of SATAC.
Thank you to our generous event sponsor:
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