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Samsung and Her Black Book work together to help female entrepreneurs for International Women’s Day 2022

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Samsung and Her Black Book work together to help female entrepreneurs for International Womens Day 2022

Samsung Electronics Australia and Australia’s premium online arranged shopping and discovery app, Her Black Book today announce a new partnership that celebrates and supports female entrepreneurs in Australia for International Women’s Day 2022 (IWD).

Straight from declaring the Galaxy S22 Series cell phone including the eagerly awaited Galaxy S22 Ultra with S-Pen capabilities, this cooperation further reinforces Samsung and Her Back Book’s partnership to celebrate women in business. Very close with Her Black Book, powered by Samsung Galaxy will see an organized panel event with sought-after business leaders as well as a grant package worth more than $40,000 RRP in total to see the next generation of women in business arrive at their objectives.

Shaneez Johnston, Head of Corporate Affairs, Samsung Electronics Australia, said: “In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we are proud to collaborate once again with Her Black Book, to present: Up Close with Her Black Book, powered by Samsung Galaxy. We are extremely excited to host this event that will celebrate women in business as well as provide grants packages to support two up-and-coming female-led businesses.

“At Samsung, our brand purpose is about creating innovations that will help people defy barriers and achieve things that have never been done before. In partnering with Her Black Book, we hope the event will provide valuable insights and peer connections for attendees and that the grants will offer the funding, technology, and mentorship that will help local businesses achieve their goals and make 2022 a turning point in their entrepreneurial journeys.”

Sali Sasi, Co-creator of Her Black Book, added: “We are thrilled to align with Samsung for such a meaningful event. Having co-founded our own tech startup along with my sister, we understand the challenges faced with launching and growing a business and the funding required to grow – so we welcome the opportunity to empower women in business and pay it forward to those starting out.”

The event will celebrate entrepreneurial women, inclusivity, and equality. Through adroit discussions, the event will exhibit how technology and the right help can be used to succeed in Australian industries.

Hosted by TV personality, Erika Heynatz, visitors can expect savvy discussions and gain key important points for personal and professional growth, as well as a luxurious breakfast and refreshments, premium gift bags, prizes, entertainment and a lively atmosphere at Sydney’s excellent new venue Shell House, on top of a lot of networking potential chances to get very close with like-minded women.

Her Black Book Creators, Australian twins Sali Sasi and Julie Stevanja, will be among the great array of guest speakers and panelists including: Alisha Geary (CEO of Provvy, Director of Faebella – luxury activewear that joins indigenous artwork), Samantha Brett (Founder of successful sunscreen brand, Naked Sundays), Amal Wakim (Co-Founder and CEO of fitness phenomenon, Equalution; Forbes 30 under 30), and Jules Robinson (Founder of Figur and Moira Muise, with an influential after well over half-million).

Visitors will likewise get the opportunity to win a Samsung gift pack on the day – which incorporates a Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy Buds2 wireless earbuds, in addition, to be helped to remember their last opportunity to apply to be awarded one of two grants to be declared on IWD, March 8th, 2022.

Event details:

Where: Shell House – 37 Margaret Street Sydney

When: Friday March 4 2022 @ 8:00am – 11:00am ADST

Tickets: Tickets are $175 per person for HBB members* and $200 per person for non-members.

Samsung x Her Black Book Grant

To enter, participants should give a detailed submission discussing how the grant will assist with increasing and growing their business. Participants will be decided on the quality of responses to the judging criteria including a compelling pitch.

The winners will get a grant of AUD $10,000 to help the expansion of their business, and $5,000 in business coaching sessions from Her Black Book founders, Sali Sasi and Julie Stevanja. As well as a Samsung technology pack that incorporates a Samsung M7 Smart Monitor, Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone, Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablet, Galaxy Watch4 smartwatch, and Galaxy Buds2. The total value of the two grants is more than $40,000.

The competition begins today and closes on March 7th.

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