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IMAGE Networking Breakfast: New Horizons


by IMAGE
04th Jan 2016
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Get inspired and make 2016 your most productive year yet!


Where
The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Dock

When 7.30am Friday, February 5

Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for the first IMAGE Networking Breakfast of 2016.

A new year offers a whole new chapter to fill with accomplishment. It will be a particularly inspiring morning as three outstanding speakers will share stories of how they turned challenging situations in to personal and business success.

Listen, learn and get set to take charge of 2016 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.

An extra-special morning with all the hallmark IMAGE Networking Breakfast gifts, treats and surprises from Boots Botanics, Paperblanks, Dr Hauschka and?Broderick’s Chocolate.

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

Plus,?

WIN:

  • An overnight stay for two people sharing with dinner in Marlfield House, Co. Wexford courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book.
  • A session with life coach Sinead Hardiman; €150 Spa voucher for The Marker Hotel; and a savings account with €50 courtesy of RaboDirect
  • A makeover package worth €150 from Zeba Hairdressing and Ken Boylan Makeup/Play

 

MEET THE SPEAKERS

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Anne Malmhake
Chairman and CEO of Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard

Swedish-born, Anna Malmhake has worked in her current?role as chairman and CEO of Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard’since 2011, previously working with Proctor & Gamble, The?Coca Cola Company, Motorola and The Absolut Company. Since joining Irish Distillers in 2011, Anna has overseen a global renaissance in Irish?whiskey and is a keen supporter of women in business. Anna is the 2015 IMAGE?CEO of the Year.

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Deirdre O’Brien
Director of Sales & Marketing, Powerscourt Estate

A highly experienced hotelier with over 20 years? experience,?Deirdre joined Powerscourt Hotel, Resort and Spa in?Co. Wicklow, in November 2013, as a pivotal part of a new’management team, following the sale from the Ritz Carlton. Over?the last two years, Deirdre and her team have created a whole new strategy?for the resort, aimed at both the domestic and global market, that includes a’distinctive new brand identity, and clear positioning for Powerscourt as a unique?Irish luxury hotel and resort destination.

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Sin?ad Brady
Career Psychologist & Educational Consultant

With over a decade of professional experience in career?profiling, career support services and motivational speaking,?Sin?ad has helped thousands of individuals identify their dream?positions and navigate the necessary transition. Her approach is?practical and bespoke, earning her the title of The Career Guru on Today FM’s?Sunday Business Show. Sin?ad trusts in new beginnings that are wisely planned,?and will share insight and knowledge at the Networking Breakfast.

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