August: What to watch, stream, read and listen to this week
August: What to watch, stream, read and listen to this week

By Sarah Finnan

Sienna Miller’s home is a 16th century English thatched cottage of dreams — see for yourself
Sienna Miller’s home is a 16th century English thatched cottage of dreams — see for...

By Sarah Gill

Supper Club: Chicken with spring onions in satay sauce
Supper Club: Chicken with spring onions in satay sauce

By Meg Walker

This Tipperary log cabin with gorgeously Scandi interiors is on the market for €299,500
This Tipperary log cabin with gorgeously Scandi interiors is on the market for €299,500

By Megan Burns

Social Pictures: Special preview screening of Jordan Peele’s NOPE
Social Pictures: Special preview screening of Jordan Peele’s NOPE

By Sarah Gill

Lunchtime Shopping Fix: Maternity staples to save you completely overhauling your wardrobe
Lunchtime Shopping Fix: Maternity staples to save you completely overhauling your wardrobe

By Sophie Power

I tried this new body oil and it left my skin soft and glowing
I tried this new body oil and it left my skin soft and glowing

By Shayna Sappington

My kitchen is tiny: these are the essentials I use (and what I wish I hadn’t bought)
My kitchen is tiny: these are the essentials I use (and what I wish I...

By Lauren Heskin

Surrogacy in Ireland: “I was born an ‘illegitimate’ child and now I’m branded an ‘illegitimate’ mother”
Surrogacy in Ireland: “I was born an ‘illegitimate’ child and now I’m branded an ‘illegitimate’...

By IMAGE

Should I quit my job without a back-up plan?
Should I quit my job without a back-up plan?

By Esther O'Moore Donohoe

The annual IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2019 is back! 

Want to join over 800 of Ireland’s most influential and inspiring businesswomen? Now in its 13th year, the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards return to celebrate entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and fearless thinking. This year’s black-tie gala event will be hosted at The Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road. It will see Ireland’s pioneering businesswomen being presented with prestigious awards in front of some of the country’s finest luminaries. Attendees can expect to be inspired by the stories of great leaders, entertained by world-class acts and treated to a thoughtfully curated menu of fine food and wine.

Got what it takes to be shortlisted?
Have you started your business at your kitchen table, contributed to your company’s considerable growth or spotted a niche in the marketplace? If so, we want to hear from you. Nominate yourself, a friend or a colleague and share your story before nominations close on Friday, October 18.