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Tara Anderson, Anita Murray and Tara O’Connor: IMAGE Young Businesswomen’s Forum, May 9th


by IMAGE
25th Apr 2018
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IMAGE presents…

The Young Businesswomen’s Forum

Join us on Wednesday, May 9th at The Westbury Hotel for an evening of inspiration, insight, and motivation as we hear about the opportunities and obstacles crossed by three incredibly successful young Irish entrepreneurs.

IMAGE contributing editor, Melanie Morris will be in conversation with our panelists Tara Anderson, renowned make-up artist and beauty influencer, Anita Murray, the founder of Pink Beauty Group and Tara O’Connor, PR and Event Manager. Learn how each entrepreneur has successfully carved their way in their respective industries while discovering top tips from the industry’s professionals. They will be taking a deep dive into the world of the beauty business while discussing what it’s like to set-up a business and work for yourself.

There’s plenty of opportunity to network with peers, and to be introduced to lots of like-minded women over champagne and canapés, with plenty of other treats, surprises and gifts along the way.

WHEN Wednesday, May 9th
Champagne and canapés from 6 pm

WHERE The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2

TICKETS €45*

*includes luxury seat gift and goodies from our proud sponsor’s Benefit and Boots, along with a bonus complimentary class from Platinum Pilates.

All attendees will also receive 20% of products and services in Benefit’s South William Street Boutique from May 8th-10th by showing their ticket. 

FOR TICKETS
Book Online,
Call 01 271 9687 or
Email [email protected]

Our Panelists

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Tara Anderson, make-up artist and beauty entrepreneur

Make-up artist Tara is one of the leading figures in the Irish beauty industry. Tara has worked with some of the world’s most respected make-up brands and is renowned for the beautiful looks she creates on her clients, who have included celebrities such as Sex and the City’s Kim Catrall. She is a regular contributor at Pippa’s Fashion Factory and is the make-up artist of choice for Irelands’ most discerning brides.

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Anita Murray, founder, Pink Beauty Group

Beauty expert and entrepreneur Anita Murray is Managing Director at the award-winning Pink Beauty Group. Her company The Salon & Spa Co. is the exclusive distributor for some of the world’s leading and most desirable beauty brands including Margaret Dabbs London and CACI International. Anita is also the founder of Edvard & Pink in Dundrum Town Centre. Anita is passionate about beauty, spa & wellness and frequently brings her distinctive approach and expansive knowledge of beauty and business to various outlets within the industry. She is a regular beauty contributor and her experience extends to business development and consultancy. Anita celebrates 10 years in business this year.

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Tara O’Connor, PR and Events Manager

Tara O’Connor is a highly motivated and resourceful marketer with 20 years of experience in public relations and event management with a career honed from the agency, media and client worlds. She has created a boutique agency specialising in PR and Bespoke Events. In recent times, Tara has focused her consultancy in the Lifestyle, Fashion and Beauty arena where she works with brands for PR and Event Management. In the fashion world, Tara works with work with Global accessories brand Stella & Dot and successfully launched the Irish market for them, International Designer Zo? Jordan and newly launched denim brand POCO by Pippa. In the beauty arena, Tara has worked with the World’s leading beauty subscription company GLOSSYBOX and many top spa’s and hotels in Ireland to include The Shelbourne and Lough Erne Resort.

 

WHEN Wednesday, May 9th
Champagne and canapés from 6 pm

WHERE The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2

TICKETS €45*

*Includes luxury seat gift and goodies from our proud sponsor’s Benefit and Boots, along with a bonus complimentary class from Platinum Pilates.

FOR TICKETS
Book Online,
Call 01 271 9687 or
Email [email protected]

 

 

 

 

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