Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne
These intimate dinners offer rich, deep conversations and are perfect for you if:
Auckland June 5 Sydney June 19 Northern Beaches July 24 Canberra August 28
"I detest mainstream networking events, mainly because they’re usually at a ridiculously early time of the day but also because I don’t feel I’m making real or valuable connections with the other attendees. This event sounded intriguing - deeper and more meaningful than a traditional networking event so I arrived with an open mind and a hopeful heart.
I enjoyed everything! The conversations and the connections were fascinating and much deeper than any other event. This is like no other business event you’ve ever attended. Get ready to be enlightened, uplifted and energised!".
Alison Abernethy Professional Organiser Declutr
"I arrived with curiousity and an open mind and left heartful – and wiser – Angela encouraged meaningful conversation and connections between us and we all left replete in mind and appetite.
It was wonderful - no one had an agenda, everyone was humble and appreciative, we were all curious and grateful to be in the space that had been created. I enjoyed the diversity of women at the table and the depth of intimacy that was achieved so quickly. I thought that the women who attended were interesting, kind, compassionate and intelligent".
Kylie Holyland Executive Coach Ascend HR
When you express your interest in joining us at a Salon Dinner, I'll be in touch to confirm your seat, arrange payment and to provide you with details of our "conversation starter topic" and questions to ponder that we'll discuss on the night.
Who is your host?
Hi, I’m Angela Raspass, and I'm a Business Strategist and Mentor for women in their 40's and beyond, with service based businesses.
I was sure that I was not alone in craving a deeper form of interaction beyond social media, large audience events, and classic networking and so began to host Next Chapter Salon Dinners in Sydney in the second half of last year. They've now expanded to Canberra too.
Each month a small group of businesswomen from diverse industries meet to discuss business and personal development topics in a lively conversation over good food in an atmosphere of curiosity, exploration, enthusiasm and good humour.