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Friday, 12th April 2024

Applications open for Network Ireland Louth Businesswoman of the Year Awards

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Business Sector Champion Award Winner, Pauline Clarke, Kookee, Solo Businesswoman Award Winner, Andrea McQuillan, Coppertops, Network Ireland Louth President Niamh Pentony, One to Watch Award Winner, Chloe Litchfield, Revitalise Your Home, Networker of The Year Award Winner, Carmel McCarthy, EMS and Associates and Emerging Business Woman Award Winner, Elena Calavia, Lingotots, at the Network Ireland Louth Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2023 at The Monasterboice Inn.

Photos by Jenny Callanan

It’s Springtime, the season of renewal and hope, and with it comes the Network Ireland Louth Businesswoman of the Year Awards, which take place in June at a gala dinner and awards ceremony held in the Monasterboice Inn.  

Applications for the awards are open to members of Network Ireland and the deadline for entry is 19th April.  It’s not too late to enter nor is it too late to join Network Ireland, if there is any businesswoman who would like to showcase their business by entering the awards.   

There are eight categories available for entry and winners will go forward to the Network Ireland National Conference and Businesswoman of the Year Awards in Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny in September.   

Last year’s winners were: Chloe Litchfield of Revitalise Your Home (One to Watch); Pauline Clarke of KooKee (Business Sector Champion); Elena Calvia of Lingotot Drogheda and East Meath (Emerging Business Woman); Andrea McQuillan of Coppertops Digital Marketing (Solo Business Woman) and Carmel McCarthy of EMS & Associates (Networker of the Year).   

Network Ireland Louth is a branch of Network Ireland, a Nationwide organisation supporting the professional, and personal, development of women.  It provides support, learning and networking opportunities for women in business and enterprise, throughout Ireland, through the branch network.

Network Ireland hold monthly events through their countrywide branches.   Awards at branch and national level, and other collaboration opportunities, are just a few of the ways in which Network Ireland provides support. 

Network Ireland is a non-profit, voluntary organisation, established in 1983 and now has 17 Branches Nationwide.   Membership is made up of a diverse group of women, from budding entrepreneurs to SME owners, professionals, and leaders in Indigenous and multinational organisations, the Public Sector, the Arts, non-profit organisations, and charities. 



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