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Image / Editorial

Image Networking Breakfast: turning a setback into a comeback


By IMAGE
16th Mar 2018
Image Networking Breakfast: turning a setback into a comeback

 

IMAGE PRESENTS: 

RESILIENCE: TURNING A SETBACK INTO A COMEBACK NETWORKING BREAKFAST

Women are amazing… we take so much on board, we multi-task, we say yes, we get the job done… often against all odds. Because even when things aren’t working in our favour, we get up, dress up and turn up. And it’s usually in these desperate moments, through quick thinking, instinct, life experience and (please goodness!) a little luck that magic happens.

Join us for a very special IMAGE Networking Breakfast where we celebrate the resilience of women and hear great, inspiring stories from women and men who’ve turned a setback into a comeback. We’ll also learn some priceless tips on how to save our own skins when circumstances conspire against us.

 

When: Thursday, April 20th at 7:30am

Where: The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2

Tickets: €45

*including luxury seat gifts

Book tickets online,
call 01 271 9687 or email [email protected]

 

OUR PANELLISTS

Caitriona Fottrell is Vice President and Director of The Ireland Funds.

Caitriona Fottrell is Vice President and Director, Ireland of The Ireland Funds. She is also Chair of Irish Charities Tax Reform. Caitriona has a BA from NUI Galway and an MBA from Boston University.  @cfottrell

Trudy Hayes, founder of the Raven Beauty App

Trudy Hayes is the powerhouse behind the Raven brand. After working with many leading designers and celebrities over the years as well as with global brand L’Oreal and in some of Ireland’s best salons, in 2015 Trudy set her sights on a connecting hair and beauty professionals to the busy women of Ireland.

Trudy got the idea for Raven while travelling the world as a session hair stylist for high fashion-shoots, working with publications like Vogue.com, Glamour USA, Tatler Hong Kong, Image and Irish Brides, she identified a gap in the market for bringing beauty and hair consultations direct to clients instead of the other way around.

 

Rowan Manahan is the Presenter Mentor

Rowan Manahan is the Presenter Mentor, working on professional communications since 1989. He has contributed to speeches, pitches, and roadshows with established companies and profile-building with startups, upstarts, and disruptors; honing their messages and working with speakers on their presence, staging and delivery. He is a founding organiser of TEDxDublin events, and works with the majority of the speakers, preparing them for the 2,000+ audience in the Grand Canal Theatre.

He also speech writes in every sphere except politics and prepares clients for media appearances on television, radio and in print. Some of his clients call him ‘The Presenter Mentor,” others (many others!) ‘The Insultant”. Rowan describes himself, depending on the circumstance, as a writer, speaker, husband, father or dancing bear. You’ll find him at RowanManahan.com or chirping away on Twitter – @Rowan_Manahan

 

Book tickets online,
call 01 271 9687 or email [email protected]

In Association with Mazda Ireland & Ireland’s Blue Book