Tea with Sofia an inspiring success
The event Tea With Sofia was everything and more that organiser Olympia Panagiotopoulos could ask for
The event Tea With Sofia was everything and more that organiser Olympia Panagiotopoulos could ask for.
Ms Panagiotopoulos started her business Circle of Excellence as a chance to give women a voice, connect women and inspire one another to find the inner love in one's self.
To do so, she hosted a High Tea celebration of life, love and inspiring women last week at Crown Towers in Melbourne. The response from the ladies who attended was overwhelming.
The day couldn't have been better; the venue, the food and all the details were perfect," Ms Panagiotopoulos told Neos Kosmos, "the women loved the inspirational presentations and the feedback has been fantastic, quite overwhelming."
She said that she received an astounding amount of compliments about Tea With Sofia and more women are wanting to know about similar types of events like this. This strong interest proves that there is a need for these type of events to be held more regularly.
"One woman said that she was honoured to have been a part of it and how more people need to know about Tea with Sofia," she said.
Ms Panagiotopoulos told Neos Kosmos that she is thinking of having another High Tea type event in early December to tie in with Christmas.
For more information you can contact Olympia Panagiotopoulos on 0409 253 559 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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