National Women's Enterprise Day event
The counties of Louth and Meath have joined forces to stage an inspiring and educational National Women's Enterprise Day event.
The theme for the event, which takes place on October 12th, is 'Opening Doors to New Markets'.
Women from across the north east are invited to attend what is sure to be an inspiring and educational event.
Sarah Mallon of Local Enterprise Office Louth explained: 'The theme for National Women's Enterprise Day is 'Opening Doors To New Markets'. Our speakers have all done this in the process of building their businesses and they've a wealth of expertise and experience to share with our audience.'
Lorna Cooney of Local Enterprise Office Meath continues: 'We've a stellar line-up of business leaders for this years event. We'll start with Keelings CEO Caroline Keeling and Niamh Sherwin Barry, founder of The Irish Fairy Door Company. They'll be joined by star of BBC's The Apprentice Roisin Hogan of Hiro by Roisin, Margaret Robb of Sweet Little Babies and Margie Burns of Aviation Selection Consultants.
'This event promises to be filled with great advice, insights and learning opportunities.'
Taking place at CityNorth Hotel on Thursday 12th October, this half day event will have lots of opportunities for networking.
Tickets are priced at €10 and €15 and include refreshments and lunch.
For bookings visit www.LocalEnterprise.ie/Louth.
The event is co-ordinated by Jane Manzor of Network Meath who concludes: 'Come join us and a host of powerful and inspiring women at our conference to celebrate National Women's Enterprise Day!'