Pictured at the launch of National Women's Enterprise Day, which takes place on Thursday, 19th October at The Monasterboice Inn, are special guest speakers (from left): Corina Mountcharles of Slane Castle, MC Miriam Simon and Caroline Duffy of Caroline Duffy Designs.
Sarah Mallon of Local Enterprise Office Louth wants to bring the women of Louth and Meath on an inspiring journey of empowerment and business growth at National Women’s Enterprise Day 2023 which she says will be an extraordinary day of learning, networking, and professional development.
Taking place on Thursday, October 19th, at The Monasterboice Inn, Drogheda, the event will run from 9am to 2pm. Tickets are priced at just €25, including lunch.
Renowned business strategist Miriam Simon will host this dynamic event, ensuring that it’s filled with inspiration, energy, and connections.
Sarah continues “Our theme for 2023 is Empowering Business Together. Step into a world of innovation and wisdom with celebrated stylist and broadcaster Cathy O’Connor currently spearheading the Women Unbranded campaign, Caroline Duffy, the brilliant creator behind Caroline Duffy Designs and Lady Carina Mount Charles of Slane Castle and Rock Farm. Be inspired by these incredible business women as they share their journeys and insights with female entrepreneurs from across Louth and Meath.”
Advertisement - continue reading below
“Attending this event you can expect to gain invaluable insights from accomplished entrepreneurs and be inspired by stories of triumph and resilience. You will also uncover practical tips and strategies for business success. And, of course, there’ll be lots of time for networking with other women starting and growing their businesses.”
National Women’s Enterprise Day is proudly hosted by the Local Enterprise Office Louth and the Local Enterprise Office Meath, Don’t wait too long to secure your place, tickets are limited, and places will fill fast.
Sarah concludes “The journey to entrepreneurial success begins here. Register now to be part of this inspiring event.”