25th Nov 2014
The awards were attended by over five hundred of the best and brightest movers and shakers Ireland has to offer. The event was held in the Double Tree Hilton with gorgeous beauty goodies and spot prizes from the likes of Voya, Lancome, and Brooke and Shields.
In case you missed it, here are the fabulous women who won this year:
Young Businesswoman of the Year: Rachel Kavanagh, Managing Director UK & Ireland, Glossybox
Entrepreneur of the Year: Leonora O’Brien, CEO/Founder, Pharmapod
Management Professional Businesswoman of the Year: Carol Grennan, CFO, UPC Communications
Creative Businesswoman of the Year: Angie Dromgoole, Creative Director/Co-Founder, Zeba
Start-up of the Year: Cora Murphy, Director, The Care Team
Digital Businesswoman of the Year: Susan Daly, Managing Editor, Journal Media Ltd
Social Entrepreneurship: Debbie Deegan, Managing Director/Founder, To Russia with Love
CEO Businesswoman of the Year Award: Cathriona Hallahan, CEO, Microsoft Ireland
*** Businesswoman of the Year ***
Marian O?Gorman, CEO, The Kilkenny Group was named as the Overall 2014 IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year.
The Awards also introduced the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award with the first recipient being Primark’s Board Director, Breege O’Donoghue
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