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Undiluted Creativity


by IMAGE
16th Apr 2014
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Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris to hear the inspiring story of one of the world’s most impressive businesswomen. IMAGE, in association with Newbridge Silverware and KBC Bank, is delighted to welcome Jo Malone to Dublin, to speak exclusively at the Networking Breakfast taking place at The Marker Hotel on Thursday, May 15.

Hear how this uniquely talented woman developed a global business that has become the epitome of elegant modern living and luxurious gifting. Then learn how, last year, she did it all again with the launch of Jo Loves, her new fragrance venture. There will be plenty of time for questions, plus a chance to meet Jo, and network with other professional women to help you grow your business and further your career.

Meet our speaker

JO MALONE has been described as an ?English scent maverick? and the woman responsible for creating some of the world’s most-loved fragrances. Originally a facial therapist, Jo fell in love with fragrance whilst working from her discreet skin care clinic, which she set up from her London home. Discovering an instinctual talent for creating scented products by hand in her kitchen, word of her exceptional potions quickly spread and soon Jo was unable to keep up with demand. From these artisan beginnings Jo launched her first brand, Jo Malone London. In 1999, Jo sold the business to Est?e Lauder Companies and remained Creative Director until she left in 2006. Jo’s passion for fragrance never ceased and when the time was right she began working on a secret project behind the scenes. After much anticipation, Jo launched JO LOVES – an innovative new scent, bath, body and candle collection inspired by the memories and moments in life that she loves. With her signature style for quality stamped across everything that bears the JO LOVES name, this next chapter promises to bring Jo’s undiluted creativity and passion to life.

Where The Marker Hotel, Grand
Canal Square, Dublin 2
When thursday, May 15
Time 7.30am-9.30am

Where The Marker Hotel, GrandCanal Square, Dublin 2

When Thursday, May 15

Time 7.30am-9.30am

Tickets €45

To book now, click here, email [email protected] or call 01 271 9653.

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