18 February, 2018

Tickets still available - Women in drinks' International Women's Day event

Tickets still available - Women in drinks' International Women's Day event

International Women’s Day is an annual celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women right across the globe. Its theme for 2018 is #PressforProgress

Women in drinks is holding an International Women's Day event featuring one of Australia’s most admired women, Turia Pitt. Pitt will share her intensely personal story of thriving in the face of extreme adversity. A mining engineer and ultra-marathon runner, Turia suffered life-threatening burns during in an event in 2011.

She’s gone on to compete in ironman events, raise more than $1million for Intersplast and has recently given birth to her first child.

"Surviving against overwhelming odds, I’ve rebuilt my life and defied every expectation placed on me," she said. "I’m living proof that, with the right mindset, we truly can achieve anything. Through my books, online programs and events, I provide the tools to help you step outside of your comfort zones, kick big goals and transform your life."

Bryce Corbett, co-author of Pitt's latest book "Unmasked" notes: "I challenge anyone to spend even the tiniest amount of time in the company of Turia Pitt and not come away determined to make more of their life." 

Lunch will be followed by an honest and lively discussion asking 'Is Trying Good Enough?' led by Australian industry experts, who will debate the pitfalls and pointers in the quest for gender diversity.

Don’t miss out on one of the year’s most talked about events for the drinks industry.


Date: Thursday, March 8, 2018

Time: 11.30am – 4pm (includes canapés on arrival and a two-course lunch)

Where: Grand Ballroom, Luna Park Sydney

Tickets: $270 each or $3120 for a table of 12

For our guests to continue networking, The Deck Bar will open after the official event concludes at 4pm (cash bar).

Women in drinks' charity partner is ANZGOG, the national peak organisation for gynaecological cancer clinical trials in Australia and New Zealand. $15 from each ticket price will be donated to ANZGOG to support ongoing research.