Learn, network and grow at National Women’s Enterprise Day

National Women’s Enterprise Day 2016 takes place on Wednesday 19th October with the largest event in the country taking place in Dublin where over 200 female entrepreneurs from across the region will gather for a half day conference.

Hosted by RTÉ’s Keelin Shanley and featuring seven different entrepreneurs, this event will inspire, encourage and entertain.

Head of Enterprise in South Dublin, Colm Ward explains:

“The theme for National Women’s Enterprise Day 2016 is ‘The Road To Success.

“During the course of the morning we will take a look at how women in enterprise can chart a course for business success.”

In keeping with the theme, National Women’s Enterprise Day Ambassador for Dublin Nicola Byrne will talk about the bumps on the road during her business journey.

Joanne Hession will outline the tools entrepreneurs need to develop their business roadmap. During a lively panel discussion entrepreneurs will talk about their own personal experience and learning how to adapt their course, make changes and ask for directions in business.

Finally, internationally renowned tech entrepreneur and founder of SoftCo Ltd., Susan Spence will talk about the lessons she has learned over 25 years in one of the world’s fastest moving industries.

Colm Ward concludes:

“The schedule includes lots of time for networking and getting to know other entrepreneurs.

“Everyone is invited to stay for lunch and more networking when this morning conference concludes.”

The conference takes place at The Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin Airport.

Tickets are priced at €30.00 per person including refreshments, lunch and parking.

Places are filling fast. Book a ticket today by calling 01 8900800 or visit www.localenterprise.ie/Fingal

For more information contact: Amanda Mills ph: 01-4149000 email: amills@sdublincoco.ie

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