AIS Water CEO to connect with women about leadership and finding their voice Tuesday 3 August from 7.00am – 9.30am, Brisbane

Elena Gosse is the Brisbane-based CEO of AIS Water, an award-winning, company with a 28-year history of innovation and excellence in design and manufacturing of pool water disinfection technology. She is renowned for smashing through glass ceilings and stereotypes.

Ms. Gosse is an invited speaker at the Connecting Women in Industry event to be hosted by the SEQ North Regional Office, Department of State Development at the Nudgee Golf Club on Tuesday 3 August 2021. The regional networking breakfast recognises that the manufacturing sector is vital to growing and diversifying Queensland’s economy and creating the jobs of the future. There are significant benefits for all when women play an equal role in industry, leadership, government and manufacturing.

She will be joined by Francesca Webster, CEO and Founder of Brazilian Beauty, a business built on the idea of nurturing successful women.

AIS Water’s technology operates in 55 countries worldwide, including 120 Queensland school pools, at major hotels and resorts, and public pools across Australia and the globe.

Elena’s success has been recognised with more than 50 national and international awards. She is a champion of Queensland based innovation and manufacturing and uses her public profile as a businesswoman and public speaker to advocate for water conservation in swimming pools as well as encouraging unity and collaboration in the pool and spa industry.

She also advocates against domestic and family violence by fundraising and promoting the free legal services available to women through the work of Women’s Legal Service Queensland.

To book tickets for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/connecting-women-in-industry-tickets-162012915993

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