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IMAGE Networking Breakfast: Be Brave


By IMAGE
10th Nov 2015
IMAGE Networking Breakfast: Be Brave

Be Brave

Sometimes in life you have to stick your neck out and stride forward, regardless of what’s going on around you. The same counts in business. And, as we are told, fortune follows the brave.

Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for an inspiring morning, hearing how three strong women powered forward with their business ideas, and get expert insight on the key elements needed for maximum growth.

Where The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Dock

When Monday, November 16th €7.30am – 10.00am

Tickets?here??45, call 01 271 9615 or email [email protected]

OUR SPEAKERS

Anne Heraty

Anne Heraty

IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year 2015

Co-founder and CEO, CPL Resources

A multi-award winning businesswoman, Anne Heraty is the first female CEO of a publicly quoted Irish company. ?A former employee at Grafton Recruitment, she teamed up with Keith O?Malley to establish Cpl in 1989. Her meteoric successes have? been well documented over the years as she continues to pioneer, climbing up the ‘most influential women in Ireland? leaderboard.

 

Kathryn Thomas1

Kathryn Thomas

Broadcaster and Founder, Pure Results Bootcamps

A television and radio broadcaster of considerable acclaim, Kathryn took the brave, entrepreneurial step in diversifying her professional portfolio in 2015 with a series of residential bootcamp weeks in West Cork. One of the first in Ireland to do so, Kathryn is also a keen sportswoman with an interest in wellness and nutrition.

 

Sara Mitchell

Sara Mitchell?

IMAGE Entrepreneur of the Year 2015

Co-owner Poulet Bonne Femme

Sara co-owns and runs Irish rotisserie specialists Poulet Bonne Femme with her husband, Gavin. Begun by necessity, when the Irish recession hit hard and Gavin was made redundant from his position with a property developer, Sara and Gavin started their own food business in 2009. Originally a simple rotisserie van at various farmers? markets throughout the country, six years on and Poulet Bonne Femme now has four concessions in Avoca Monkstown, Rathcoole, Suffolk Street and Kilmacanogue, and continues to grow.

An extra-special morning with all the hallmark IMAGE Networking Breakfast gifts, treats and surprises from No 7, Trilogy Skincare, Broderick’s Chocolate, The Salon at The Shelbourne and CODE VLM mascara.

PLUS

Be in with a chance to win

  • A Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone
  • An overnight stay for two people with dinner in Tankardstown House, Slane, Co. Meath, courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book
  • One of three?Dylan Bradshaw pamper packages

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In association with Samsung and No 7.