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A entrepreneur with the Travel Bug, a skin care expert and a Westport GP were named as Mayo's Businesswomen of the Year at a recent awards luncheon by the women in business networking group, Network Mayo.
Network Mayo, the networking organisation for women in business, professions and the arts, will launch its 2015 calendar of events with a thought provoking event on Tuesday, January 20 in Hotel Westport.
Mayo County Enterprise Board (CEB) recently announced a renewed partnership with Network Mayo for 2014. The announcement was part of an event entitled The Power of a Network, an open evening held by Network Mayo for women in business, employment or start-up businesses in Mayo. A busy event attended by businesswomen from all parts of the county, it included a welcome by Caroline Gordon, president of Network Mayo, presentations by Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo County Enterprise Board and Mary Fehily-Hobbs, Network Ireland president, along with a discussion forum and networking session.
The dulcet tones of Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren headed the bill at the Network Mayo meeting on Monday, March 4, at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar. Ably assisted by advertising executive Orla Seery the pair gave a fascinating insight into the world of local radio.
Three Castlebar businesswomen who won their categories in the Network Mayo Business Awards will take part in the national finals to be held in Drogheda, Co Louth today, Friday September 28. The Mayo winners were Sarah Flood (Snap Mayo, Castlebar) in the Self Employed category, Siobhan Stenson (Cherry Blossom Bakery, Castlebar) in the New Business category and Gerardine Lennon (Lough Lannagh Holiday Village, Castlebar) in the Employee category. Good luck to all three in the finals.
Network Mayo have announced the nominees in the Business Women of the Year Awards 2012. The awards are divided into three categories (self employed, new business and employee) and the winners will be announced on Friday June 22. The category winners will go forward to represent Network Mayo at the national Network Ireland Awards in the autumn.
It may sound like a cliché, but image matters and image sells – particularly corporate image. In today’s highly visual society the first 10 seconds are vital. A positive first impression really does count and can be lasting. With this in mind, Network Mayo have invited Frances Jones of Image Matters, a corporate and personal image consultancy, to address their next meeting on April 25.
Network Mayo is keen to see representatives of all types of business in Mayo at its March meeting which will feature Norma Smurfit, chairperson of First-Step Microfinance, as guest speaker. She will be speaking on First Step - Business Finance – a vital area for everyone in business, especially in modern times.
The January meeting of JCI Mayo will host a talk on the transition to self-employment and setting up in business. Mayo-based SME consultant and owner of Irish Business Intelligence, Olwen Dawe, will outline reasons why people should consider starting up their own enterprise, how to go about it, and supports they may be eligible for.
Following this year’s Network Mayo Businesswomen of the Year awards, three Mayo women will be heading for Dublin Castle representing the county at the Network Ireland Businesswomen of the Year awards.