A Women in Business event is taking place this month…
The Local Enterprise Office’s Women in Business Network is bringing it all in-house for its May meeting.
In the Riverside Park Hotel, Enniscorthy, at 10:00am on Wednesday, 25th May, the female entrepreneurs will gather to share experiences and gather business advice from each other.
Roundtable discussions will be facilitated by a Network member and attendees will rotate between tables and topics. This will enable attendees to meet a mix of other business women and get tips on topics such as confidence, marketing, and accountability.
Tables will be facilitated by business mindset coach Jo Flood, marketing consultant Paula Ronan, branding specialist Mary Fleming, and Breege Cosgrave, acting head of enterprise and economic development with Wexford County Council.
And, in a departure from normal, there will be a special treat, with Ruth Gallagher, CreativeSound.ie, getting everyone involved in a musical activity. Ruth also provides team building workshops through music for personal and team development and wellbeing.
The free Network meeting starts at 10:00am with registration and refreshments. The Roundtable discussions kick off at 10.30am, followed by open networking.
Female entrepreneurs can also join in on Facebook in the private group, LEO Wexford Women in Business Network, which has over 230 members.
“The Women in Business Network is very much in line with one of Enterprise Ireland’s key objectives in its Action Plan for Women in Business – and we’re delighted with its success in supporting female entrepreneurship in Wexford,” said Breege Cosgrave, Acting Head of Enterprise and Economic Development at Wexford County Council.
Bookings for the Network must be made on the LEO’s website.
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