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Women on Top: Networking Breakfast


By IMAGE
04th Aug 2013
Women on Top: Networking Breakfast
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“See it. Do it. Finish it.” Vicky O’Toole, IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year 2011

Going from strength to strength, IMAGE Magazine hosted two networking breakfasts recently, focusing on how to promote a brand. Communications dynamo Terry Prone addressed audiences in Cork and Dublin, while IMAGE Businesswoman of the year 2011 Vicki O?Toole joined restaurateur Claire Nash in Cork, and Senator Mary Ann O’Brien and Kooky Dough’s Sophie Morris spoke in Dublin. Both events were filled to capacity, with early risers rewarded with delicious breakfasts at both locations. In each case, the truly inspirational speakers talked amusingly and candidly about their experiences in business while plenty of constructive tips were shared.For more information about our exciting?September events in Galway and Dublin or to book directly, click?here.