‘The Western Weekender’ could help your business
May 19, 2012 by Mark
These days, networking events are incredibly popular and important as more and more businesses are striving to get noticed and achieve success. Often, networking events try to combine professionalism and fun and the CRS Wednesday monthly networking event is no different.
‘The Western Weekender’ is a popular, local and independent newspaper that many people in Penrith enjoy. The editor behind this paper, Troy Dodds, is now eager to share some secrets and useful information about what goes into the running of such a successful newspaper and will provide the opportunity for networking at the same time.
Around 60,000 copies of ‘The Western Weekender’ are delivered to homes in and around Penrith each week and many people in the area rely on this newspaper to provide them with the news. If you are interested in learning more about this paper and are eager to mingle with other small business owners in the Penrith area, this is the networking event for you.
Making sure you are prepared for a networking event is always advisable. Before you go, ensure you have found a professional print company that provides business card printing and also be ready to collect the contact details of others so you can send digital business cards too.
‘The Western Weekender’ networking event is taking place on 23rd May 2012 at ‘The Western Weekender’ office located on Abel Street, Penrith. The event will cost $30.00 for CRS members and $40.00 for non-members. Places at this event can be booked by visiting www.penrithchamber.org.au