Benoni business woman – finalist in Margaret Hirsch achiever competition

Davlynne Lidbetter with Lauren Sprout , public relations and marketing officer for Hirsch meadowdale.
Davlynne Lidbetter with Lauren Sprout , public relations and marketing officer for Hirsch meadowdale.

Davlynne Lidbetter, a former Benonian, received the honour for the month of September. Davlynne is a renowned and dynamic international business woman. She has over 20 years’ experience in the African media and was responsible for the launch of Forbes Africa. Within the first year of Forbes Africa, the magazine was voted the No. 1 business magazine on the African continent. She started Yellow Lemon Advertising and is currently the COO of URUP.

Growing a business can be quite a challenge. Women, however, do face specific challenges in the business world on a day to day basis and these functions have assisted many ladies who have attended in the past and current events.

Hirsch’s invites all ladies in business, who are interested in networking and meeting like-minded business women, to these monthly events. Each month there will be a guest speaker who will share some knowledge with you free of charge. Bring your pamphlets, business cards and banners. You are welcome to display your products as well.

All ladies who are interested in participating in these monthly events, the next function will be on October 15, at Hirsch’s Boksburg. Please RSVP to lauren@hirschs.co.za and beverley@hirschs.co.za

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