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Image / Editorial

IMAGE Networking Breakfast: Seize The Moment


by IMAGE
14th Nov 2016
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SEIZE THE MOMENT

When opportunity knocks, it can take courage to open the door and roll with the consequences. In business, decisions often have to be made quickly, and chances grabbed, but sometimes these circumstances can be game-changers.

At December’s IMAGE Networking Breakfast, we hear from women who have taken leaps of faith, with fascinating outcomes. Join editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for a morning that will guarantee a gear-shift as you steer your career fast-forward.

WHEN?Friday,?December 2
from 7.30am – 10.00am

WHERE?The Marker Hotel, Dublin 2

TICKETS??45

THE SEAT GIFTS

We have the most amazing luxury seat gifts! You will receive a gift bag worth €50 from Brooke & Shoals, a blow dry voucher from Queen Hair Salon, Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour hand cream and delicious chocolate from Broderick’s?not forgetting treats for everyone from No7!

THE PRIZES

Some lucky attendees on the morning will win amazing pamper packages for a Benefit Boutique, €150 FromMe2You gift cards are up for grabs and our twitter prize as always is courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book; an overnight stay at the beautiful Marlfield House, Wexford for two with dinner.

OUR SPEAKERS

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Sarah O’Connor
Co-founder, Cool Beans??

Sarah O’Connor?from Cork and Isolde Johnson from Tipperary met seven years ago and always talked about setting up a business together. They share a love for food and set up the Cool Food Company together to make life a little healthier, easier, and a little more fun, by developing and selling a range of tasty, convenient food products focused on natural, healthy ingredients. Cool Beans, their signature product is available in over 600 stores across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom with lots of new products in the pipeline. Sarah’s belief is that convenient food can be – and should be – healthy as well as convenient.

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Alison Banton
Founder and CEO, Brooke & Shoals

Alison Banton‘set up Brooke & Shoals Fragrances in Greystones, Co Wicklow. Leaving her corporate job as Marketing Manager in financial services in 2010, Alison took the risk to follow her dream of creating her own brand. Brooke & Shoals Fragrances is a premium Irish brand with a range of scented candles, reed diffusers, body products and a recently launched Eau de Toilette collection. Her philosophy is simple: make products that smell divine, contain high quality ingredients and are made with great care in Ireland to create employment.

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Paula Fitzsimons
Founder and managing director, Fitzsimons Consulting

Paula Fitzsimons?is the founder and managing director of Fitzsimons Consulting, which specialises in areas related to entrepreneurship and growth. A recognised expert on entrepreneurship, Paula has been the national coordinator for the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) for Ireland since 2000. Paula designed and developed Going for Growth, which?is focused on peer support as a means of assisting women entrepreneurs who wish to grow their businesses. Recently, Paula has developed a new initiative ACORNS, aimed at supporting early stage female entrepreneurs living in rural Ireland.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2
FROM 7.30AM – 10 AM

TO BOOK CLICK HERE, CALL 01 271 9687, OR EMAIL [email protected]

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