Louth’s successful businesswomen to tell secrets
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.