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What winning Young Businesswoman of the Year meant to Pippa O’Connor Ormond


By Rosie McMeel
23rd Sep 2019

no repro fee if Image Business Woman of the Year mentioned in caption Dearbhail McDonald, Gillian Hennessy from Boots, Young Businesswoman of the Year Pippa O’Connor and Melanie Morris at the Image Business Woman of the Year Awards 2017 at the Clayton Hotel-photo Kieran Harnett

What winning Young Businesswoman of the Year meant to Pippa O’Connor Ormond

In 2017, Pippa O’Connor Ormond, director of Ronnoco Style Ltd won the title of Young Businesswoman of the Year (under 35). Here, she shares what the award meant to her. 


Pippa O’Connor Ormond was crowned the worthy winner of the Young Businesswoman of the Year in 2017. Who will be this year’s recipient? On November 25, 2019, the winners of this year’s Awards will be announced at the Clayton Hotel Dublin, Burlington Road. Now in its thirteenth year, the much-anticipated IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards champions trailblazing businesswomen’s contribution to Ireland’s economy and their vital role within the Irish business community at home and abroad. Entries are now open for 2019. Do you think you have what it takes to scoop this year’s award?

Pippa O’Connor Ormond with her award for Young Businesswoman of the Year 2017


Read more: To enter the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year 2019.

Read more: To buy tickets to this year’s gala event on November 25.