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Social Pics: Young Businesswomen’s Forum


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18th Nov 2016

Melanie Morris and Pippa O'Connor Ormond

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Last night we had a full house at The Light House Cinema, in Smithfield at The Young Businesswomen’s?Forum. Attendees enjoyed canapes and drinks on arrival, and as they took their seats in screen 1 they discovered a gift tote bag from Penneys, packed with gorgeous?treats including a Bog Standard Candle, Popercorn?popcorn, Cadburys Dairy Milk plus gift cards from The Buff Day Spa and Penneys.

The evening began with a few opening words from our Editor-In-Chief, Melanie Morris who welcomed an amazing panel of businesswomen; Pippa O’Connor, author and founder of Pippa.ie and Poco, ?Suzie Mc Adam, Irish interior designer and Chupi Sweetman-Durney, founder of Chupi.

First in the hot seat was Pippa O’Connor who talked about her new Poco?by Pippa Jeans launch that took place earlier in the week. Irish Interior Designer Suzie Mc Adam then told us all about how she started in interior designing and her love for blogging. Jewellery designer Chupi was last up to tell her story and how her passion and love for jewellery drove her to start up herown business. After a fantastic?night full of candid?chats, three lucky attendees won an annual membership for The Light House Cinema.

Photos: Ailbhe O’Donnell

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