Exciting Announcement – Women of Influence on TV!

We are extremely excited to announce a partnership with an organisation that shares our vision to enable likeminded businesswomen to CONNECT, LEARN & GROW.

WIN Television has joined Women of Influence as our Media Partner!

Meet the WIN Television Gold Coast Team of amazing Women!

WIN Network’s Gold Coast team is motivated, clever, and fabulous  –  true Women of Influence!

Maree Fraser, Advertising Account Executive

Maree has been in the media industry for over 30 years, starting with the Gold Coast Bulletin, then Gold Coast Community radio. She is passionate about the Gold Coast and our amazing lifestyle, she enjoys meeting people, talking to new businesses, and working out solutions to best promote their business.

Tracey Loyden - Advertising Account Executive

Tracey began her advertising career at NewsCorp and has spent 14 years working for newspapers such as Sun Newspapers, and as Features Manager for The Gold Coast Sun. She has also spent many years running her own small businesses, so she understands what is required to build a business from the ground up.

Angela Beasley - Advertising Account Executive

Before recently joining WIN Television, Angela spent seven years in the USA and UK and six years building a fabulous business with her husband. After finalising a successful deal to sell the business, she decided to join the media industry. Angela is also a Mum, a pianist, and a member of an all-female acapella group.

How did this all happen?

Angela and Maree contacted Women of Influence after attending one of our events, then subsequently booking their tickets for The Annual Great Debate. 

We had coffee and talked about our fabulous professional community, how our events are all about connecting business women and how our Committee members dedicate their time to put on these fabulous events because we love the challenge, the friendships and the value we give by doing so.

What you might not know about WIN Television

WIN Television is the world’s largest privately-owned regional television network and reaches more than 8 million viewers across 29 regions in Australia. It is 100% Australian and based in Wollongong. 

WIN Television is the world’s largest privately-owned regional television network and reaches more than 8 million viewers across 29 regions in Australia. It is 100% Australian and based in Wollongong. 

WIN Network is a multi-channel broadcaster with favourites such as Masterchef, The Project, Bachelor in Paradise, the Bachelorette and more.. Their channels include WIN, Peach, Bold and Sky News on free-to-air.

Their advertising account executives take the time to understand local business, your goals and work with you to put together an obligation-free proposal within your budget.

You would be surprised by their reach and loyal following and their affordability.  Viewers watch WIN for local news, weather, sport and advertising plus access to their favourite shows.

Why did WIN come to Women of Influence?

Angela and Maree love the warm, professional environment at Women of Influence events. They want to be a part of our community of supporters and to CONNECT, LEARN & GROW together.

The WIN Television sales team understand local business and want to work with our community to thrive and grow.

Even though COVID-19 has changed and challenged us in many ways, the phenomenon has also created opportunities, connections, relationships and the opportunities we may not have considered otherwise.

We are so excited by this partnership and look forward to the benefits it brings to everyone.

About WIN TV

What's on WIN TV?

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