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Nominate A Friend And WIN A VIP Trip To Paris!


by IMAGE
14th Sep 2015
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WORK HARD, PLAY HARD

Nominate a candidate for the 2015 IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards and they might win a VIP trip for two to Paris from Dublin Airport Club.

Now in it’s ninth year, the 2015 IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards is Ireland’s most significant acknowledgement of great women in all fields of business, and this year will be our biggest, most ambitious awards yet.

We want you to get involved! We’re looking for female leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, creative, management professionals and Start-ups and we want to recognize you for being the very best in your field. Click here for full category list and criteria. Then click here to nominate your colleague, client, friend or yourself by midnight, Friday, September 25.

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As an added incentive, we’ve teamed up with Dublin Airport Club to offer one entrant, chosen at random after the closing date, the chance to win a luxurious trip for two to Paris.

You can choose to fly from Dublin and the experience will start in style as you’ll be treated to free car parking on arrival at the airport. In all cases, you’ll be whooshed through security with Fast Track passes and then cosseted in the high-spec Executive Lounge before your departure. Fancy shopping at The Loop? That’s all at your disposal too.

Your two-night trip for two will include bed and breakfast at a top five-star hotel, leaving you plenty of time for taking in the sights, shops and restaurants of Paris before returning home in equal style.

So be brave, take the plunge and get nominating. Remember the closing date is Friday, September 25? and the rewards are many.

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