Louth’s suc­cess­ful busi­ness­women to tell se­crets

The Argus - - NEWS -

WOMEN who are suc­ceed­ing in a di­verse range of busi­ness en­ter­prises, from the high fly­ing world of avi­a­tion to sell­ing ‘fairy doors’ will speak about their ex­pe­ri­ences at an event hosted by Lo­cal En­ter­prise Of­fices Louth and Meath in as­so­ci­a­tion with Net­work Ire­land Louth Branch and Meath Women in Busi­ness in City North Ho­tel on Thurs­day for Na­tional Women’s En­ter­prise Day.

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.’

Speak­ers in­clude Caro­line Keel­ing of Keel­ings and Ni­amh Sher­win Barry from The Ir­ish Fairy Door Com­pany who share their ex­pe­ri­ences of do­ing busi­ness in new mar­kets.

Mar­garet Robb, from Sweet Lit­tle Ba­bies, who won Best Young En­tre­pre­neur cat­e­gory for her shop in Dun­dalk which has just launched an on-line store, and Margie Burns Di­rec­tor of Avi­a­tion Se­lec­tion Con­sul­tants, which is also based in Dun­dalk, also fea­ture in the line up along with

Food En­tre­pre­neur, Roisin Ho­gan from HIRO (for­mer BBC Ap­pren­tice star).

They will share their wealth of knowl­edge and in­no­va­tive ideas with women who are mak­ing their mark in busi­ness.

The day gets un­der­way with regis­tra­tion at 9am, fol­lowed by talks from Caro­line Keel­ing from Keel­ings’ nurs­eries and Roisín Ho­gan of the food com­pany HIRO by Róisín. There will then be a short ques­tion and an­swer ses­sion and the chance to do some net­work­ing over tea and cof­fee. Next up will be talks by Ni­amh Sher­win Barry of The Ir­ish Fairy Door Com­pany, Margie Burns of Avi­a­tion Se­lec­tion Con­sul­tants and Mar­garet Robb of Sweet Lit­tle Ba­bies be­fore a panel ques­tion and an­swer ses­sion fol­lowed by lunch.

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