Inside these incredible four-bedroom new builds in the heart of Ranelagh, on the market from €1.65 million
Inside these incredible four-bedroom new builds in the heart of Ranelagh, on the market from...

Lauren Heskin

‘It was devastating’: Ellen DeGeneres, toxic work environments and a too-late apology
‘It was devastating’: Ellen DeGeneres, toxic work environments and a too-late apology

Jennifer McShane

Need some light relief? Here are some of our favourite dogs photographed in IMAGE Interiors
Need some light relief? Here are some of our favourite dogs photographed in IMAGE Interiors

Lauren Heskin

Life-changing stories: ‘Guide dog Nina is my guardian angel. She shows me the way’
Life-changing stories: ‘Guide dog Nina is my guardian angel. She shows me the way’

Amanda Cassidy

What to bake this weekend: Raspberry and lemon swirl rolls
What to bake this weekend: Raspberry and lemon swirl rolls

Shayna Sappington

‘When I menopaused I got no support, no guidance. Every bit of help I got, I got it myself’
‘When I menopaused I got no support, no guidance. Every bit of help I got,...

Helen Seymour

Reeling in the year: The 10 viral lockdown-defining moments that restored our faith in humanity
Reeling in the year: The 10 viral lockdown-defining moments that restored our faith in humanity

Sarah Finnan

Image / Editorial

Social Pics: Young Businesswomen’s Forum, October 17


by IMAGE
23rd Oct 2017

Laura O’Sullivan, Wailam Wong & Katie Gately

blank

 

blank
blank
blank
blank
blankSee More Photos
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank

We had a full house at The Westbury Hotel on Tuesday evening for our penultimate Young Businesswomen’s Forum of the Autumn season! Attendees enjoyed a beautiful Veuve Clicquot reception, wonderful company, inspirational panelists and of course, plenty of divine canapé’s!

As everyone arrived into the Grafton Suite, they discovered an amazing luxury gift bag with some beautiful gifts, including a fabulous blow-dry voucher from Di Milo, a €20 voucher for Penny’s, divine shampoo and conditioner from Human + Kind, delicious baking mixes from Boutique Bake and a gorgeous nail polish from Sally Hansen. Along with all of these wonderful seat gifts, everyone got a YBF exclusive My Shining Armour notebook!

Editor-in-chief Melanie Morris opened the evening with a massive welcome to our audience and introduced the incredible panel of ladies who were set to share their stories over the course of the evening. Our first panelist to take a seat on the IMAGE YBF couch was Sonia Deasy, founder of Pestle & Mortar, who spoke about how the idea of Pestle & Mortar came about and the whirlwind of a journey that has happened since it’s establishment in 2014. Second to join the couch was Catherine Buggy, owner and founder of Boutique Bake, who spoke about leaving her HR job to pursue her passion for baking and creating Boutique Bake in her own kitchen. Last panelist to join the couch was Emma Manley, owner of MANLEY fashion label, who spoke to us about setting up an Irish fashion label and the challenges about getting on to the global fashion scene.

Everyone left The Westbury hotel having ignited a spark to feel inspired, motivated and ready to take on the world! Five lucky attendees left the event with a gorgeous goodie bag from Pestle & Mortar for Q & A spot prizes, and the best Tweet of the evening got an incredible €300 gift voucher for The Manley Fashion Label!

Photo Credit: Anthony Woods

 

Also Read

blank
EDITORIAL
Is marketplace feminism stealing the limelight from real female-driven issues?

‘Femertising’ is big business. Brands are increasingly taking advantage of...

By Amanda Cassidy

blank
EDITORIAL
The unexpected benefit lockdown is having on our children

By Amanda Cassidy

blank
EDITORIAL
“You’re weird Mammy… other mothers iron”: Author Elske Rahill on writing and motherhood

“Every baby costs you a book” – that’s something women...

By IMAGE

Rosanna Davidson and her twin boys
premium REAL-LIFE STORIES, PARENTHOOD
Rosanna Davidson: ‘I had sort of accepted that I was a girl who couldn’t have a baby herself’

For Mother's Day Lia Hynes sits down with Rosanna Davidson, whose exceptional journey into motherhood has given many hope.

By Lia Hynes

blank
EDITORIAL
Nutritionist Daniel Davey’s harissa squash with giant couscous

This is a perfect lunch recipe, and the harissa does...

By Meg Walker

blank
EDITORIAL
What to eat this weekend: Fish n’ courgette chips with homemade tartar sauce

This healthy fish and courgette chips recipe from Jane Kennedy...

By Meg Walker

blank
EDITORIAL
The Howth train attack represents a lawlessness that makes me fear for my daughters

I fear the true fallout of Covid on our cities...

By Amanda Cassidy