We can easily fall into a morning routine, one which never changes. Going off course every once in a while is good for the mind and the soul, and in the long run, may aid your productivity. If that unexpected path brings you to a place where you will reap the benefits, even better.
Our Networking Breakfasts are that place. They are empowering and inspiring and are one of the best ways to start your morning off. Not only this, but they are also a well-deserved treat.
On December 6, at the five-star Marker Hotel, you will start your day off with a delicious breakfast spread of fresh fruit and pastries, along with plenty of coffee to kickstart a day of productivity and creativity. Not only this, every attendee will walk away with a luxurious gift bag worth over €60. Included in the gift is a beautiful Newbridge Silverware Christmas decoration along with a Brooke and Shoals candle, a very special Chupi notebook, luxurious Lindt chocolate and much more on the day.
You will also be in with the chance to win the ultimate gift; an overnight stay in the deluxe One Perry Square boutique hotel in Limerick city.
Not only will you be treated, but you will also be informed and motivated by our three speakers; WarDucks game studio CEO Nikki Lannen; celebrity chef, author and owner of Ballyknocken Farmhouse & Cookery School in Co. Wicklow Catherine Fulvio and Helena Ryan, co-founder of the award-winning festival Wellfest, along with MC, IMAGE contributing editor Melanie Morris.
These women are pioneers, they are a reflection of our strength, ability, determination and drive. At this Networking Breakfast, we celebrate the many achievements of our speakers and hear more about how they have successfully paved the way in their chosen field.
So treat yourself and your mind to an invigorating morning which is different to the norm. We promise you will come away feeling encouraged, exhilarated and indulged.
When: Thursday, December 6
Breakfast treats from 7.30am
Where: The Marker Hotel
*Including luxury gift bag
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Alternatively, email [email protected] Or phone (01) 271 9615
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