Jane Hillsdon’s #cartwheelforcancer campaign raises $12,000 for Cancer Council NSW – Port Macquarie News

Hundred's of people gather on Town Beach to #cartwheelforcancer. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Moller

Hundred’s of people gather on Town Beach to #cartwheelforcancer.
Photo courtesy of Lindsay Moller

Jane was in a spin on Friday 20 November, 2015. She was joined by hundreds of cartwheelers in an attempt to break a world record and raise much needed funds for cancer as part of her Hastings Dance for Cancer participation. See more here.

Digital Marketing Day Out to help Hastings business to succeed in cyberspace


Digitally connected: Katherine Harris, Jane Hillsdon, Ivana Agapiou, Alex Glen-Holmes, Kellon Beard, Scott Leis, David Ross, Leisa Davies, Haydyn Oriti and Lisa McPherson.

LOCAL businesses and organisations had the opportunity to discover what it takes to stay ahead of the game when some of the country’s brightest minds in digital marketing and social media visited Port Macquarie in May.

The Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the NSW Business Chamber and local business experts to present the Digital Marketing Day Out at the Glasshouse.

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Spreading the word with Social Media – Port Macquarie News

AsianAid Marketing Coordinator Joshua Moses with Dragonfly MarketingWauchope based charity, Asia Aid, is the first to benefit from a free social media masterclass to help members better connect with the community.

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Women in Business Feature – Port Macquarie Focus Magazine

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A Conversation with UYDer Jane Hillsdon

Jane HillsdonUYD Magazine is the creation of Tayo Rockson who launched the New York based publication to motivate people to not turn their back from what makes them different. I was thrilled to be featured on this website which celebrate people who are using their difference to make a difference!

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Jane Hillsdon’s Smiley Face for Recognition

Photo credit: Lindsay Moller

Photo credit: Lindsay Moller

Gordon Wiegold, Port Macquarie News, September 10, 2014

JANE Hillsdon’s business world revolves so heavily around social media that her business awards acceptance speech started on that exact note.

When called as the 2014 Woman In Business award winner, she sat open mouthed before making her way to the stage, slowly leaning and catching her breath, and started: “OMG, smiley face, smiley face, ‘Like’; which is Facebook for ‘I am very surprised to receive this award as you can probably tell and I haven’t planned anything to say.” Read more


Successful dinner with Ronni Kahn supports food program

Photo credit: Cinamon Laughton

Photo credit: Cinamon Laughton

Port Macquarie News, June 11, 2014

GUESTS savoured dishes made with excess food and were inspired at the true story of a life changing entrepreneur during an awareness raising dinner.

More than $3700 was raised at the Hastings Business Women’s Network Reap and Sow Dinner at the Tacking Point Surf Life Saving Club on Thursday night.

More than 1000 guests attended the event which promoted the positive environmental and humanitarian impacts of using excess food to feed disadvantaged members of our community. Read more


Business Minds – Port Macquarie Focus Magazine

Business Minds - Necia Waghorn, Port Macquarie Focus Magazine

Business Minds – Necia Waghorn, Port Macquarie Focus Magazine


What a great gig! Every month I get to interview some of the best and brightest business minds on the Mid North Coast. Personally, I love finding out what makes other people tick in business – what motivates them, what challenges they face, their best tips and tricks.

To catch up on the latest edition of Port Macquarie Focus Magazine, click here.

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