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What Makes Women Strong? Friday’s IMAGE Networking Breakfast


by IMAGE
13th Oct 2015
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Three amazing women, three empowering stories of making it in a man’s world.

What Makes Women Strong?

The automatic assumption that the business world is a man’s world.. lead by men? who are the key decision makers. The gender bias is often subconscious, but even in 2015 it’s very definitely still there.

Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for an inspiring morning, hearing from three women who, through their smarts, their acumen and their abilities broke with the bias to carve significant careers.

Where The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2

When Friday, October 16, 7.30am – 10.00am

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

*Luxury seat gifts from Nuxe, Brooke & Shoals, Naked coconut water, Green & Blacks chocolate and treats from No7.

Plus,

WIN:

  • A Samsung Galaxy S6 edge smartphone
  • An overnight stay for two people with dinner in Longueville House, Mallow, Co. Cork courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book
  • A No7 beauty Advent Calendar full of gorgeous beauty products worth €193
  • Three €100 M&S gift cards

Our Speakers

Vicki O'Toole LR

Vicki O?Toole

MD, JJ O?Toole Ltd

Vicki, a mother of 5, took the healm of her late husband’s family business in 2005. Under her leadership, the long-established packaging business, and her client base has grown exponentially to include Voya, Avoca, Louise Kennedy, Brown Thomas, Newbridge Silverware and Selfridges.

Lynda McQuaid LR

Lynda McQuaid

Director of Content, TV3

Working with the BBC, Granada TV, Screentime ShinAwil and in a freelance capacity, Lynda has worked in the UK and Ireland on most leading entertainment shows, including Masterchef, You’re A Star, Popstars and The Apprentice, for which she won two IFTA awards.

Terry Prone LR

Terry Prone

Chair, The Communications Clinic

Terry Prone started her professional career as a fledging actress with The Abbey, before moving to radio, and on to manage the image and communications for a roll call of politicians, business men (and women), thought leaders and bright sparks. She’s an author, a communicator of considerable talent and a regular on radio, TV and in print.

#imagenb

In association with Samsung and No7

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