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Image / Editorial

Nominations for IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year have been extended until midnight on Sunday!


by Rosie McMeel
18th Oct 2019

no repro fee if Image Business Woman of the Year mentioned in caption Kathryn Thomas, Liz Dwyer, Kim O'Sullivan and Amy Buckeridge at the Image Business Woman of the Year Awards 2017 at the Clayton Hotel-photo Kieran Harnett

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Time is running out to enter the IMAGE Businesswoman of the year Awards. We have extended the deadline to midnight on Sunday, October 20. 


This is the final call to be recognised amongst the most brilliant minds in business as we celebrate entrepreneurship, creativity and fearless thinking.

Enter the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year 2019 here.

Now in its 13th year, the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards will see Ireland’s pioneering businesswomen being presented with prestigious awards in front of some of the country’s finest luminaries.

These Awards aren’t just about a healthy bottom line (although it never hurts), it’s about having an idea and being brave enough to translate that into a business. It’s about making an impact on your industry and leading the way for others. It’s about resilience, courage and creativity. It’s about lifting others up along the way and opening doors for other women. If this sounds familiar, or describes someone you know, we want to hear from you. Remember you can nominate a friend, colleague or yourself so enter today!

The winners of the Businesswoman of the Year Awards will be featured in IMAGE Magazine

 

Previous winners include COO of St Vincent’s University Hospital, Kay Connolly; co-founder of Cartoon Saloon, Nora Twomey (pictured above); journalist and editor Anne Harris; Chupi Sweetman-Durney, creative director of Chupi Jewellery and Microsoft’s Cathriona Hallahan, to name but a few of the women whose achievements have been celebrated to date.

The night itself will take place on Monday, November 25, at the Clayton Hotel in Ballsbridge in Dublin.

Ella de Guzman and Ciara McCaughey at the Image Business Woman of the Year Awards 2017

 

Network
The event attracts more than 850 guests and nominees from Ireland’s leading brands so it presents the perfect opportunity to network and make highly valuable contacts. With people in the room from a highly diverse range of industries and roles – you might just meet your next investor, business partner or sales prospect.

Caroline Keeling and Sasha Kerins at the Image Business Woman of the Year Awards 2017
Roz Purcell at the Image Business Woman of the Year Awards 2017

 

Be Inspired
Learn from the leaders of Ireland and your peers to set you up for greater success in the future, whether you’re an aspiring or established business leader.

Attendees can expect to be inspired by the stories of great leaders, entertained by world-class acts, and treated to a thoughtfully curated menu of fine food and wine.

Think you’ve got what it takes to be shortlisted? Entries are now open until midnight on Sunday, October 20.
Enter yourself or nominate someone you admire here.

If you’d like to join the celebrations, tickets are now on sale for the most glamorous and inspirational night of the year. Click here for more details.

 

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