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Win A Personal Profile on IMAGE.ie


by IMAGE
03rd Dec 2014
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Win a personal profile on image.ie at Monday’s IMAGE Networking Breakfast

If you’re passionate about what you do, why not tell the world about it?

This Monday, the 8th of December, sees the return of the IMAGE Networking Breakfast to The Marker Hotel. The theme this month is “My Passion, My Career” and guest speakers on the day are stylist extraordinaire Darren Kennedy, supreme wedding planner Tara Fay and 2fm favourite, Ruth Scott, who will share their unique, inspiring career stories. We’ll also have great gifts for all as well as our usual extravagant spot prizes and Twitter give aways.?For more details and for information on tickets, see here.

To tie in with the Networking Breakfast theme of ?My Passion, My Career?, we’re excited to announce that we?will be offering one lucky attendee a chance to get profiled on?image.ie in the New Year.

The winner will:

* Be interviewed on?image.ie, as per our highly coveted Loving Your Work series

* Be styled and photographed in their own shoot by our go-to-photographer Ailbhe O’Donnell

* The feature will appear on the home page of?image.ie, where you’ll catch the attention of our growing fanbase

* And will be promoted through our various social media channels, to help get your name out there even further

So, grab this great chance to promote yourself and your passions to our ever-growing readership by attending the IMAGE Networking Breakfast at on?Monday, December 8th?at The Marker hotel. Our guest speakers are TV presenter Darren Kennedy, 2fm DJ Ruth Scott and event organiser Tara Fay. Click here for details.

We spoke to guest speaker Darren Kennedy ahead of the Breakfast and he had this tip for people looking to get a career out of blogging; “This is an interesting one, as I see what’s going on in the UK and US and as a medium, I wonder if things are beginning to reach saturation point? I think blogs are great when you use them in conjunction with a skill, to promote your point of difference. You have to blog with the right intentions – it’s not good enough to just want to do it for free stuff and invitations to launches. Well, you can do so, but that’s where it will end. You won’t be able to grow a blog without something that’s unique to you.

When: 7:30am – 10am, Monday, December 8

Where: The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2

Tickets: €45 each

*** Stop Press ***

Christmas treats for all at the Networking Breakfast!

We have a special gift from Molton Brown, thanks to Arnotts for each attendee, along with a voucher for a breakfast blowdry at Dylan Bradshaw’s stunning South William Street salon. Plus No 7 seasonal beauty booty and a few other little surprises to get the festive season going. What’s more, one smart Twitter winner will get an overnight stay for 2 with dinner at Longueville House in Mallow, Co Cork thanks to Ireland’s Blue Book. And as a special Christmas bonus, three lucky folk will get annual membership to the Airport Club, allowing unlimited use of the Fast Track for the whole of 2015. Nice.

In partnership with Arnotts, KBC and ?No. 7.

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