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Enterprise Ireland International Business Women’s Conference

Written by Robert McHugh, on 23rd Jun 2016. Posted in Ireland

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Enterprise Ireland has today launched the International Business Women’s Conference to be held in conjunction with the Rose of Tralee international Festival on Monday August 22nd in the Brandon Hotel, Tralee. 

In its second year, the event gathers leaders from across the business and entrepreneurial spectrum to celebrate the business achievements and success stories of women today.
 
This year’s conference theme is ‘The Changing Face of Success’ focussing on strong female role models leading by example and empowering women to fulfill their ambitions.

Senior female figures such as Eleanor McEvoy and Norah Casey from Dragons’ Den will share their experiences and insights on themes such as leadership, linking the digital age and entrepreneurship.
 
The conference is sponsored by AIB, the Department of the Diaspora and media partner Tatler, conference delegates will also hear from the Rose of Tralee, Elysha Brennan, as well as previous Roses including 2005 Rose of Tralee, Dr. Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin. 
 
Announcing the conference, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor said, "I am delighted that the International Business Women’s Conference is in its second year. This is a hugely important and inspiring event which brings together successful, inspirational female entrepreneurs. It is great to see the range and diversity of the speakers that will be attending the conference."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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