Clean out your wardrobe for EEAA’s International Women’s Day Breakfast

The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is calling on participants of this year’s International Women’s Day Breakfast to donate good quality corporate clothing, shoes and accessories to help disadvantaged women return to the workforce.

EEAA chief executive Joyce DiMascio said it’s important for the industry and the Association to contribute to improving the lives of women.

“We invite you to join us at this important event where we will hear from an outstanding panel of leaders and support two important initiatives, Fitted for Work and the National Heart Foundation.” DiMascio said.

“Join us in listening to one of Australia’s leading cardiologists, Professor Clara Chow. Professor Chow has undertaken ground-breaking research that identifies the huge impact of heart disease, the silent killer that each day causes the death of three times more women than breast cancer.

“In addition, we will discuss the important contribution women make to our industry and what we can do as leaders, colleagues and friends to create environments in which people can flourish, whether they are women or men and no matter what stage of their career journey they are at.”