Victress Connection enables women to support and inspire each other

Victress founders: Leanne Wolf, Emma McFarlane, Sue Scobie and Angela Martinez were all smiles at the group's inaugural meeting.

Victress founders: Leanne Wolf, Emma McFarlane, Sue Scobie and Angela Martinez were all smiles at the group's inaugural meeting.

A veritable who's who of savvy and driven Macarthur businesswomen attended the inaugural breakfast meeting of Victress Connection at Rydges Campbelltown last Tuesday.

More than 100 women with expertise across many industries ate together while listening to motivational guest speaker Nikki Heald urge all those present to 'Master your Professional Presence'.

Ms Heald, a corporate training expert, stressed the importance of building an authentic personal brand.

"People do business with people they like, trust and perceive as being credible," she said.

Victress, which means female victor, is a group for women with "a mindset for success".

Chairwoman Emma McFarlane said Victress Connection's vision was to be the premium professional development group in Macarthur.

She said members would "share ideas, learn from premium speakers, engage and inspire each other".

"Every woman here can add value to another woman in the room," she said in her opening address to the gathered crowd.

Victress Connection meets at Rydges on the first Tuesday of the month.

If you would like to attend, join or know more, contact the Victress Connection team at info@victressconnection.com.au