Tickets now on sale for Kelowna’s Women in Business event

The 27th annual event will take place Feb. 26

The Kelowna Capital News will host the 27th annual Women in Business magazine launch party at Okanagan College, celebrating some of the amazing women in our community on Feb. 26.

The Women in Business magazine shines a spotlight on exceptional women in Kelowna and the incredible work that they are doing. Each year, the launch party acts as an opportunity to network with brilliant women, enjoy food and wine and hear from some wonderful speakers.

The 2019 lineup of speakers includes:

Christy Lovig, a partner at Doak Shirreff Lawyers LLP and an avid runner, knows a thing or two about balancing her passion for her work with her passions outside of the office.

Nicole Pidherny, owner of Pomme Salon and Pomme Beauty Box, has built a beauty hub for women in Kelowna. Nicole’s entrepreneurial spirit has led her to launch a number of successful initiatives with Pomme Salon.

Meghan O’Mara, vice president of Leasing & Sales at HM Commercial Group, has built an impressive career in commercial real estate. She brings plenty of knowledge in taking risks, having taken the jump to join a brand new company in HM Commercial Group a few years ago.

You don’t want to miss the opportunity to hear from these amazing, successful women, as well as mix and mingle with many other local women.

Tickets for the event are $25, which includes appetizers, wine, swag bags and the chance to win some fabulous door prizes. Click here to purchase your tickets.

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