Castlebar graphic designer heads up local women’s networking organisation

Orla Cunningham has been elected the President of Network Mayo for the coming year.

Orla Cunningham has been elected the President of Network Mayo for the coming year.

Network Mayo announced this week that Orla Cunningham has been elected to the role of President for 2017. Orla is a senior graphic designer and co-founder of All In Design and Print, a one stop shop for all your graphic design and printing needs, based in the heart of Castlebar. Orla has built up a large and loyal customer base over the past 15 years and in May 2015 Orla and her business partner Ronan O’Grady opened All In Design and Print, Chapel Street, Castlebar and the business has grown from strength to strength.

The company’s core business being graphic design, they also provide a wide ranging print and print management service, which allows them to meet everyone’s needs from business fliers to billboard printing and design. The company differentiates itself from other printers by offering a suite of ancillary services otherwise not available in Mayo, which include large format printing and laminating, large format photocopying, and thesis book binding.

Orla has been involved with Network Mayo for the past number of years and was the 2016 branch Vice President. She has a passion for helping individuals, companies and non-profits and regularly sits on voluntary committees such as the hugely successful Candlelight Ball and the Ice Ball. Orla will adopt the Network Ireland theme ‘Create Your Own Opportunities’ for 2017. There are four pillars to this theme: (1 ) Mindset:Being open to the opportunities that come your way (2 ) Networking: Being in the right place and surrounded by the right people to come across the opportunities, (3 ) Skills: Training and coaching to be able to work on opportunities; (4 ) Fuelling Ambition: Having the drive to maximise opportunity.

Network Ireland is a progressive, dynamic organisation supporting the professional and personal development of women. Membership is made up of a very diverse group of women, from budding entrepreneurs, SME owners, professionals and leaders in indigenous and multinational organisations to non-profits, charities, arts and the public sector. The organisation has a strong voice and is interested in promoting diversity and equality, entrepreneurship and leadership development; collaborating with like-minded people and organisations.

Membership is now open for 2017 and anyone interested in joining can email [email protected] to request an application form. Membership can also be paid through the Network Ireland website. Annual membership costs €125 with a 10 per cent discount for anyone who joins before March 10. Customers of AIB, Network Ireland’s national sponsor, also receive a 10 per cent discount.


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