Women Making it Happen Networking Event

Venue:
Mullingar Park Hotel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
 
Date:
06/03/2020
 
Note:
Friday
 
Time:
6pm to 8pm
 
Category:
Seminar
 

Special Guest Speaker is Niamh S. Barry from the Irish Fairy Door Company

This event is no longer available
 

Join us for our first networking event of 2020 where we will celebrate International Women's Day in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Friday 6th March 2020 - we will once again be joined by our colleagues from Longford and Westmeath.

The event will finish with a short networking session followed by refreshments.

The event will finish with a short presentation from a local business from each of the Counties outlining their business followed by light refreshments.

MC Pat Murphy, Chair of the Tri-County Network
Niamh S. Barry, The Irish Fairy Door Company
Melanie Boylan, STOMP Social Media Training
Cathy Moran, Dept of Social Protection/Intreo Office (6 mins)
1 Business from each of Counties who will give a 6 min pitch on their business (Sinead Gillard representing Leitrim)

Niamh S. Barry, The Irish Fairy Door Company

Niamh S Barry

Niamh Sherwin Barry is the founder of The Irish Fairy Door Company and Brand Messaging consultancy - The Content Fairy. With years of experience in building a brand nearly exclusively through story-telling, Niamh has successfully mentored SMEs around the country on how to really get their brand message to truly land with their customers. Niamh heads up brand, social media and PR for The Irish Fairy Door Company.

Melanie Boylan, Stomp Marketing

Melanie Boylan

Melanie Boylan is a Social Media Trainer and Manager, a Freelance Journalist and main team member with Irish Tech News, Contributor to StartUp Mindset.com, Mentor and Sponsor of the Women's Inspire Network, two time winner of the Best Business to Business Award with Micro Business Awards and wife and mother to two girls. Since starting her business in 2013, Melanie has pushed herself each year to the edge of her comfort zone to build her business and add to her expertise and experience.

Cathy Moran, Dept of Social Protection/Intreo Office

Cathy Moran

Cathy Moran, DEASP Employer Liaison and EURES Adviser, Mullingar, Midlands Region. Cathy assists employers with their recruitment needs and advises them on the Department’s supports and services available to small business and start up’s.

Sinead Gillard, Jinny's Bakery, Drumshanbo

Sinead Gillard

When Sinead (Jinny) Gillard returned from her travels to her native Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim in 2003 she started baking bread and cakes, and a friend urged her to try a few local shops and see if they’d sell. Sell they did, like the proverbial hot cakes, and a star brand was born.
In her first week Sinead sold 16 loaves under the Jinny’s brand, and while miracles don’t happen in the business world, and success is always hard-earned, it has been a roller coaster ride for the Gillards.
The awards have come flooding in and Jinny’s now produces 15,000 loaves and at least 5000 scones every week. The recently opened Jinny’s tearooms, beside the bakery, has provided a valuable shop window for the products .
Jinny's Bakery now have a staff of 12 helping to run the artisan business.

Please note that we may take pictures and/or make video and audio recordings at this event, in which you may be featured. By attending the event, you give the organisers the right to use such material for non-commercial purposes, including the posting of photos and/or videos on our website(s).

We look forward to seeing you all......

 

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