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Social Pictures: IMAGE Networking Breakfast: Tips From The Top #GIRLBOSS


by Jennifer McShane
20th May 2016

Marissa Carter & Gillian Hennessy

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This morning’s IMAGE Networking Breakfast at The Marker Hotel in Dublin was a fantastic success; we had over 180 attendees eager to hear our speakers, Kira Walton, Founder of VOYA, Trish Long, Vice President & General Manager Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Ireland?and Dr. Mary Ryan, consultant physician and endocrinologist senior lecturer in University of Limerick Medical School share their inspiring stories of business success.

Trish Long gave an animated talk on women’s role in business, Kira Walton spoke about how women could work efficiently without compromising, and Dr Mary Ryan offered her unique and empowering voice and medical expertise on endocrinology.

All guests received gift bags containing goodies from Molton Brown, a blowdry?voucher from Di Milo Hair Salon in Donnnybrook and a delicious bar of Cadbury’s chocolate. Three lucky ladies also won €100 gift card from Marks and Spencers.

We also gave Caroline Kelly an overnight stay for two with dinner at 1 at Pery Square, Limerick, courtesy of Ireland’s Blue Book for the best Tweet of the morning. Another lucky winner went home with a Boots No7 hamper.

Finally, our Photogenics Business Portrait winner was Kerrie Sweeney.

We wrapped up before 10AM energised, inspired and with a little more insight into how to manage our working lives without burning out.

See all the snaps from the morning in our gallery above.

Photos: Anthony Woods

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