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Social pics: The IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2023

The IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2023 may be over for another year, but it’s a night we won’t be forgetting in a hurry.

The IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year Awards, in partnership with PwC, sponsored by Key Capital, DS Automobiles, Kuehne + Nagel, Glenveagh and Ibec and in association with Marks & Spencer, the Circle Club and i-Stil38 took place yesterday with hundreds of the most empowering women in Ireland joining us to celebrate their achievements.

Back for its 15th year, this year’s event was momentous for many reasons. Honouring some of the country’s most influential leaders in one luxurious awards ceremony at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, it was a hugely special occasion for female changemakers and the energy in the room was electric. 

Host Richard Chambers at the IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year 2023 Awards

An evening dedicated to excellence, we had an overwhelming response this year with hundreds of applications from women all across Ireland. Our panel of highly esteemed judges certainly had their work cut out for them but they managed to whittle things down to one inspiring shortlist of nominees from which they ultimately chose this year’s winners. 

This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award went to former President of Ireland Mary Robinson while the incredible Louise Grubb, CEO of TriviumVet, was crowned the overall IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year. All extremely well-deserving businesswomen from a broad range of industries and backgrounds, you can check out the full list of esteemed prize-holders right here

There were plenty of familiar faces at the event, including many of our Business Club subscribers along with friends, family and supporters. By far one of the most glamorous nights of the year, our wonderful attendees certainly set the standard this year and there were many standout looks on the red carpet as our guests networked and sipped on delicious cocktails.

Melanie Morris, Ciara Cosgrove and Clodagh Edwards at the IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year 2023 Awards

A highlight on our annual calendar of events, it’s a truly special occasion for Irish women and we’re already counting down the days until next year! 

To see who else attended our inspiring IMAGE PwC Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2023, browse through the gallery below…