17th Dec 2014
It’s so true? What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and what you learn through experience can become the cornerstone of future success.
Reset that dial and make 2015 your most productive year yet by joining IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for the first IMAGE Networking Breakfast of 2015. It will be a particularly inspiring morning as three outstanding speakers will share stories of how they turned challenging situations into personal and business success.
Founder of the multi-award winning Tour America travel business has overcome huge physical challenges, as well as worked through two recessions and the tragedy of 9/11 to become one of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs, a keen sports woman, mother and mentor to other business women.
Known for her books, her restaurants and cafes, but her passion for food took a new turn when she was recovering from cancer and wanted the optimum nutrition to bring her back to health, restore energy and support her busy working and home life. What she learned has now become her default way of eating, and it’s so effective, she’s now founded a restaurant, Alchemy in BT2, based on these principals.
Terry Prone is one of Ireland’s most recognized names in business, media and communications. A best-selling author, she is a leading advisor on reputation management and crisis handling. Terry is a fluent communicator and a favourite at IMAGE Networking Breakfasts – she motivates and inspires by fusing experience and expertise with jargon-free clarity.
Listen, learn and get set to take charge of 2015 with new ideas and open horizons. Prepare to be enlightened and take away plenty of real, practical advice. Plus, you’ll get to network with other professional women you need to know to help you grow your business and career.
WHERE: The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2
WHEN: Tuesday, January 20; 7:30-10am
What’s more, one smart Twitter winner will win one night’s bed and breakfast with dinner for two at Rathsallagh House in Dunlavin, Co Wicklow thanks to Ireland’s Blue Book!
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