2020 International Women’s Day Breakfast

On Friday 6th March we will celebrate the heart, soul and smarts of the women who Live, Love or Work in Port Phillip. Bringing the women and men of our community together, we’ll hear from great speakers sharing inspiring local stories, recognising the women who came before us, network and meet new people.

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We look forward to seeing you at our Live Love Work Port Phillip International Women’s Day breakfast.

Date: Friday 6th March

Time: 7.15am

Where: West Beach Bathers Pavillion, 330A Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda West

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About Us

The Port Phillip community is an eclectic mix of social and business groups with diverse interests and plenty of heart, soul and smarts. The women of our community have long been responsible for shaping our region and securing its growth and ensuring its stability.

The Live Love Work Port Phillip International Women’s Day breakfast was born from a desire to bring women and men together to celebrate the talented women who live, love or work in Port Phillip and acknowledge those who came before us.

We can’t wait welcome you on Friday 6th March and celebrate the amazing women of Port Phillip and those who the forge the way.

For more information or any questions, get in touch at hello@livelovework.melbourne

Our 2020Speaker

We are thrilled to announce Georgie Dragwidge of Georgies Harvest at South Melbourne Market as a speaker at our 2020 International Women’s Day breakfast.

A winner of multiple awards at the Melbourne Market Awards, Georgie will share her extraordinary passion for fresh seasonal produce and supporting local farmers and the Port Phillip community.

Charity Partner

Lord Somers Camp& Power House

$5 from each ticket sold will go towards the LSCPH

We are proud to have Lord Somers Camp and Power House onboard as our 2020 Charity Partner.

They run programs that empower youth, strengthen communities, enhance diversity and build tolerance are an important part of the Port Phillip community, so we couldn’t be more pleased to announce Lord Somers Camp and Power House as our 2020 IWD charity partner.

The Power House building on Albert Park Lake is the headquarters of Lord Somers Camp and Power House, one of Victoria’s oldest volunteer-led community based organisations welcoming over 65,000 people each year.

Our Founders

Live Love Work Port Phillip was born from a desire to foster a sense of community and connection through a range of activities such as our International Women’s Day breakfast each year.

Our founders are local entrepreneurs Georgie Stayches, Fetching Events & Communications, Vesna Grdjan, The Incubator and Alison McDowell, Roadmap Strategy who are passionate about connecting those who work, live or love the Port Phillip area.


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