LEADING THE WAY: Soundbridge Financial Services general manager Penny Farrell.
LEADING THE WAY: Soundbridge Financial Services general manager Penny Farrell. Tamara Mackenzie Roktkpenn

WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Calling all girls for a great night out

AS CANCER continues to touch the lives so many individuals, Penny Farrell is making an effort to fight it.

The general manager of Soundbridge Financial Services is holding a Girls Night In on Thursday, October 29 at its office in Quay St.

In addition to raising money for the Queensland Cancer Fund, Penny will also be sharing insights on how to protect oneself from the financial burden of cancer.

"I will be giving tips on how to alleviate some of the stresses associated with this trauma for those who attend," she said.

"My aunt is a breast cancer survivor and I have clients who have had breast cancer.

"As a business, we have had personal friendships with young women who have lost their battle with cancer.

"Everybody knows someone or has a relative who has been touched by this illness and Pink Ribbon Day is an important fundraising day for women's cancer."

Established for 35 years, Soundbridge Financial Services specialised in wealth creation, business and personal succession, estate planning and asset protection.

Over the years the business has grown a strong reputation for being passionate about their job with knowledge and experience to match.

"We are passionate about bridging people's aspirations and designing creative financial solutions that will see our clients' assets protected and assist them to have financial independence through wealth creation," she said.

"We are currently developing online tools to better interact with our target clients of wealth accumulators in their 20s, 30s and 40s.

"We are expanding our use of social media to educate our clients and provide them with strategies to help them secure their financial future."

For more information visit http://www.soundbridge.com.au.



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