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03 December 2016 Posted by 

Business In Heels launches two chapters in Western Sydney

ONE of the world’s leading women’s business groups is launching in Western Sydney.

Local business woman, Desiree Taylor is launching the Western Sydney and Sydney Penrith branches of Business in Heels (BIH).

BIH is a successful global networking operation where women can Xchange business with their trusted network: turning passion into profit.

“I want to create an environment where women entrepreneurs can come along to our event evenings, take something of value home with them to implement into their businesses, connect with other like-minded women and leave feeling completely inspired and supported,” says Desiree.

Desiree says there are 668,670 women operating a small business in Australia, more than 39.1 of small business will fail in their first three years of operation (ABS report 2015).

BIH currently connects 50,000 business women, mainly in Australia and operates in 35 locations.

BIH new online services and products exchange platform is called Xchange, which launched early September.

It enables all members to buy and sell or trade skills and products at a rate worked out by the participants. 

This hands-off approach allows market forces to determine outcomes and people to value themselves as they see fit. In only a month thousands have joined the platform.

Desiree runs Free Yourself Holistic Health Coaching. She is one of many women who has benefited from her connection to BIH.

After attending a BIH event and meeting with Lisa Sweeney at a PR conference, Desiree decided to take over the Business in Heels branches both in Western Sydney and Sydney Penrith.

To find out more contact Desiree Taylor on 0430 486 047 or desiree@businessinheels.com



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