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LEO Carlow/Kildare Ambassadors

Lucy Gernon

Known as “the woman who makes you feel like anything is possible when you believe in yourself”,Carlow Kildare - Lucy Gernon

Lucy Gernon is a Multi-Award Winning Executive Coach for Women and an industry leader. Lucy supports ambitious women in senior leadership roles to advance their careers to achieve more success through high-performance mindset work with an equal focus on work-life balance, happiness and joy. She also delivers keynotes and training to corporate teams (both male and female) in the areas of career acceleration, productivity, mindset, confidence, diversity in leadership and more.

Lucy is the Founder of a well-known leadership coaching brand Powerhouse Revolution. She is an acclaimed international speaker, multi-award-winning businesswoman, certified high performance and success coach.  She is the host of one of the top 10% of most followed and shared podcasts globally, for her podcast Powerhouse Revolution with dozens of 5-star reviews.

Fiona Uyema

Kildare - Fused was founded by Fiona Uyema in 2017 after testing the market for a few years on a small scale with 3 sauces.  Fused is now a well know Asian retail brand with a range of premium Asian cooking sauces and key ingredients designed to make mealtimes simple and healthy. Fused has a range of 25 products which are listed in key retailers across Ireland. Fused is currently exporting to 4 countries and hopes to increase this steadily into 2023/2024. 

After years of living and travelling in Asia, Fiona returned home to Ireland with a mission; to help people recreate the delicious dishes she had experienced in their own kitchens, with all the flavour and none of the fuss.

With a goal to bring feel-good Asian food to more people, over the past decade, Fiona has given countless cookery demos, developed hundreds of recipes, written a cookbook, built an online community, and created her own food brand, Fused by Fiona which is now listed in key retailers across Ireland and further afield.

Fused by Fiona has earned over 8 UK and Ireland national awards, including a recent Great Taste 2022 award and 3 wins at the UK Quality Food & Drink Awards 2021.

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LEO Cavan - Caroline Ashe Brady 

Cavan - Caroline Ashe Brady

Caroline Ashe Brady has been the Director for the KORE Group (Insulation & Retrofit) for nearly two-decades, devoting my professional career to developing the sustainability of Ireland’s built environment in both the new build and retrofit markets. KORE Insulation have two companies under the KORE brand, KORE Insulation and KORE Retrofit.

KORE Insulation

KORE Insulation is a manufacturer of high quality, sustainable Expanded Polystyrene insulation solutions for both the Irish and UK markets. Our solutions cover a wide range of applications, including foundations, floors, external walls and roofs. In addition, KORE EPS has been utilised extensively for civil engineering, including bridges, roads and in buildings with heavy loading. KORE’s mission is to deliver the right product, at the right time, to the right location, thereby saving time, money and wastage, which is good for our customers and the environment.

KORE is an organisation that is heavily focused on sustainability, reducing our carbon footprint and giving back to the local community. KORE has taken positive and proactive steps each and every year towards achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030.

EPS is a sustainable material that can be recycled at the end of its useful life.  Kore offer a third-party verified environmental product declaration that can be used towards achieving BREEAM, LEED and Home Performance Index Certification.

KORE Retrofit

KORE Retrofit Ltd was founded in 2017 and offers retrofitting services to existing buildings nationwide. With the majority of Ireland’s housing stock in need of major energy efficiency upgrades to meet Ireland’s energy targets, KORE Retrofit has taken on the challenge of helping Ireland reduce its reliance on fossil fuels, energy requirements, greenhouse gas emissions while making homes healthier, happier and more comfortable places to live.

Currently we are one of SEAI’s registered One Stop Shops, we are a contractor on SEAI Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme and we are approved to complete works on Northern Ireland NISEP scheme. Kore retrofit services to clients includes, Home energy assessments, partnering them with competent contractors, specifying the works to be completed on homes to bring them up to SEAI required grant standards, project management, quality, health & safety and environmental compliance.

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LEO's Clare/Tipperary/Limerick - Aoife Lenihan

Clare Limerick Tipperary - Aoife Lenihan Aoife Lenihan is the managing director of Cara Motorhomes Ltd (CML). She is a qualified accountant and has been employed in the business since 2007. Through her experience and expertise, she has helped guide the business through the economic recession and has overseen the expansion of the business through the new branch in the UK and the inclusion of a rental service provided by CML. She has completed sales training courses with the manufacturer and developed her knowledge over the years in the industry.  Family life is also busy with three girls who are heavily involved in sports and music interests.

Cara Motorhome Ltd (CML) began as a small venture in 1989 initially focused on converting commercial vans into a fully functioning van converted motorhome. Over time the business expanded into motorhome sales and repairs as a gap was spotted in the market.

In 2001 as the business profile increased, the demand for motorhomes with a higher specification as well as the ongoing repair and servicing of these vehicles resulted in the expansion of the business to incorporate non van conversion motorhomes. This was closely followed by the successful appointment as main dealers for the prestigious brand Dethleffs in 2002.   Further main dealership appointment followed in 2005 and 2008 through Pilote, Sunlight & Rapido respectively.

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LEO Dublin South - Aine Kennedy

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The Smooth Company was founded by Aine Kennedy in February 2022 after spending eight years working in the beauty industry and earning her degree in Entrepreneurship from Maynooth University.

She saw a gap in the market for a hair hero which could control flyaways and baby hairs. Aine successfully created the Smooth Stick™, a unique premium hair taming wand enriched with top quality ingredients including Bition & Vitamin E which will tame flyaways without leaving your hair hard or greasy. Aine was recently named as one of the Sunday Independent 30 under 30 Irish businesspeople to watch. She was also the winner of the Emerging New Business Award by the Small Firms Association, shortlisted for the Image PWC Young Businesswoman of the Year Award and winner of Irish Woman of the year ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’ award.

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LEO Fingal  - Giselle Makinde

Fingal - Gissele Makinde

Giselle Makinde Goncalves with a Bachelor in Tourism with and a post graduate degree in hotel management, moved to Ireland with her family in June 2018 and held roles at Dublin’s As One restaurant and Cloud Picker’s Café as Head Chef.

Giselle passion for tackling food waste inspired her to develop a range of products from surplus produce using fruits which proved to be the perfect match for her “zero waste, more taste” ethos. After completing specialist courses at the Carpigiani University helped to hone her gelato-making skills, developing her recipes from scratch and her vision for Cream of the Crop to transform it from “just” a gelato maker into a food tech business that turns unwanted foods into a range of healthy treats. The first product to launch as part of this initiative is Bananitas, dark chocolate-coated banana pieces dehydrated before being enrobed in 70% cacao. Based in Fingal, this pioneering food tech company battles food waste by upcycling and using surplus ingredients to produce natural snacks, gelato and chocolate confectionery from “wonky” food that would otherwise go to waste into delicious treats that fights food waste with every bite.

Cream of the Crop has an official sustainability-focused partnership with Fyffes, one of the world's leading distributors of tropical produce and currently Europe's largest importer of Fairtrade bananas. Since creating Cream of the Crop in September 2020, thirty-five tonnes of surplus food has been rescued from waste, eleven tonnes of which were bananas transformed into Bananitas, a chocolate confectionery product.

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LEO Dublin City - Laura McCarthy

Dublin City - Laura McCarthy

Laura McCarthy is the Managing Director of Drink Botanicals Ireland.

In 2017, at the age of 20, Laura McCarthy, experienced a pivotal lightbulb moment when she identified a gap in the Irish market. The booming trend of Gin & Tonic served with elaborate garnishes and botanicals in bars inspired Laura to create a product that would allow consumers to recreate that premium experience at home.

Her first product was the Gin Fusion Kit, which sold out after a week of launching at her local off-licence Redmond’s of Ranelagh. The business expanded the product line introducing cocktail making kits and other related products. In 2023, Drink Botanicals Ireland continues revolutionising the beverage and culinary experience by supplying premium dried garnishes and natural syrups to consumers and the food service industry.

The company’s mission is to provide convenience, sustainability, and exceptional quality, enhancing the flavours and presentation of beverages and culinary creations.

The company offer a solution to a common challenge that mixologists, bartenders, chefs, and culinary enthusiasts face. Their ready-to-use dried garnishes eliminate the need for time-consuming and labour-intensive processes such as cutting and drying fruit. With their range of premium dried garnishes, professionals and enthusiasts alike can elevate their creations, whether it's crafting exquisite cocktails or preparing stunning culinary dishes.

Sustainability is at the core of the company’s business. Fresh fruit has a limited shelf life, resulting in significant waste. Approximately half of all fruits and vegetables produced worldwide go to waste, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. Using dried garnishes, bars, restaurants, and food service establishments can minimise fruit waste and reduce its environmental impact, whilst still maintaining its full nutritional value.

In addition to their dried garnishes, they specialise in premium natural syrups. Their syrups are pulp-based and cold-produced and contain natural ingredients – setting them apart from other brands on the market. The company prioritise using natural ingredients, ensuring exceptional taste and quality. The Company found through extensive research that there is a growing consumer consciousness regarding the presence of added sugars, colourings, and preservatives in drinks. Following results of this research the company was determined to launch a more natural syrup option that would be free from excessive artificial flavourings and colourings. After conducting numerous taste tests with trusted manufacturers, the company produced a range of syrup flavours in July 2021. Each syrup is pulp-based, cold-produced, and meticulously crafted with natural ingredients. In addition to these syrups, they company expanded the product line to include a variety of dried garnishes catering to both B2B and B2C markets.

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LEO Kerry/Cork - Caroline Murphy

Caroline & Hens photo - resized.pngCaroline Murphy, is the Managing Director of West Cork Eggs Ltd. Caroline worked in various roles such as credit control, management, training, sales, recruitment, and accounts, before launching her business. In 2009 she bought her first 4 hens. What she discovered were fresh and delicious eggs which the whole family loved. Before she knew it, she had 200 hens and was selling the eggs to family and friends, who also loved them, hence her business West Cork Eggs was born.

In 2013 she approached Scallys Supervalu in Clonakilty as an outlet for her eggs. In 2014 she participated in the “Food Academy” programme, a Supervalu initiative through the Local Enterprise Office, which was instrumental in taking the business forward, with the rebranding of the business and launching into 13 Supervalu stores. This led to the business expansion which saw the business grow to 3500 free range birds roaming the farm and supplying to 22 Supervalu stores in the Cork city and county area as well as many independent retail outlets, cafes, restaurants and cafes.

Caroline is involved in two initiatives, Food Cloud, and Eggscellent Breakfast. Carloline donates the excess pullet eggs to Food Cloud, these are eggs the hens first produce, Food Cloud distribute these eggs to SVP, Simon Community and Penny dinners and people who need them. Eggscellent Breakfast is another initiative she is involved with and together with another food enthusiast, Kate Ryan, they give a series of short presentations to schools teaching children of the importance of good eating habits.

West Cork Eggs Ltd have also won many awards, in 2018, the company were accredited Business All Stars in Croke Park and won Network Irelands national award for Best Emerging Business, and the Southern Stars Best New Business Award.

Over the last 3 years the company have won 2 Gold awards and 1 Silver award the Blas na hEireann awards in Dingle

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LEO Kilkenny - Janet Beck

Kilkenny - Janet BecketJanet Beck
is CEO and founder at Glasseye.

Glasseye is an award winning Creative and Communications Studio that continues to grow, innovative and evolve. Janet is passionate about bringing together the best talent to develop amazing content experiences for leading global brands.

Janet has over 25 years experience working in the creative, design and technology sectors. She holds a B.A. Honours in Fine and Applied Arts and started her career as a Fine Art practitioner, developing conceptual video and photographic installations for galleries. She was always interested in pushing the boundaries of combining creative narratives and digital technologies.

She founded Glasseye in 2002 offering a creative fresh approach to corporate communications and digital content production.

She now works closely with many global brands to develop creative communication strategies and marketing experiences, that engage, inspire and get a return on investment.

Throughout her business career she continues to learn and develop her skills, and has engaged with various mentoring, management development programmes and research.

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LEO's Donegal/Sligo/Leitrim - Norah Casey

Donegal Sligo Leitrim - Norah CaseyBroadcaster, entrepreneur and human rights campaigner Norah Casey was formerly a Dragon in the popular television series Dragons’ Den and is a well-known radio and television personality. The 2nd Edition of her book Spark! was recently published by Penguin and her TEDx talks include The Cure for Grief and The Courage to leave (her own testimony of domestic violence).

Her digital learning platform Planet Woman seeks to empower women, and much of her pro-bono work is devoted to mentoring female founders globally. She serves on the European Board for Vital Voices, established in 1997 by Hillary Rodham Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. She is a founder of the London-based Women's Irish Network and is a member of The International Women's Forum. Norah is currently serving on the Irish government Forum on a Family Friendly and Inclusive Parliament.

A journalist and former nurse, her awards include: Woman of the Decade Award from the Women’s Economic Forum in Delhi; Ireland’s Philanthropist of the Year award; five times Publisher of the Year; and Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year. Her work to highlight domestic violence was recognised with a Safe Ireland SÍLA Leadership Award and she received the 2019 Lord Mayor Of Dublin Award. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and received the Honorary Graduate Award for 2018 from BFEI.

As well as owning Harmonia Publishing Ltd, Norah is an experienced broadcaster and producer. She was the Ambassador for Dublin Honours Magdalenes and executive producer of the 2022 television documentaries Ireland’s Dirty Laundry.  Her work can be viewed at

Norah’s business expertise is extensive having acquired and grown multiple business to multi-million euro global success stories, as well as a wide range of business investments in Ireland and internationally. She has mentored leading global business leaders, politicians and public figures. Her corporate expertise includes leadership, corporate teambuilding, mentorship, innovation and strategy.

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LEOs Laois, Longford, Offaly & Westmeath - Kelly Ging

Laois Kelly LingKelly Ging
is the managing director of KellyLou Cakes and what started as a very small cafe in the corner of a hardware store.   Kelly Lou Cakes has grown beyond their expectations and within one year the company moved from baking in a small domestic oven behind the counter of their cafe to a fully equipped Commercial bakery which allowed the business to rapidly scale production and the team.  Their team has continued to grow as the bakery got busier and with the addition of our larger 50 seater cafe in 2017.

The business has won serval awards over the years; such as the Laois and regional finals of IBYE (Ireland’s best young entrepreneur) the business competed in the 2016 national finals, and 2017 Kelly Lou Cakes won Laois business award for best e-commerce  business.

In 2018 the Café and Bakery in Parkside won Best Café in the Midlands in the Irish Restaurant Awards, as well as winning the best café in Laois in the Midlands Radio customer service awards.

Last year 2022 Kelly Lou Cakes won best online and social media presence in the Laois Business awards hosted by Laois Chamber Alliance. Kelly Ging has appeared on Virgin media and RTE representing my company and creating brand awareness outside of Laois.

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LEO Galway - Jacqueline O Connor

Galway - Jacqui

Jacqueline O’Connor established MedScan3D in 2019 which is a standalone company since 2022 (previously a division of 3D Technology prior to this).

The company creates bespoke anatomical models for pre surgical planning and medical device testing. Its product range is based on polymer 3D printing that mimics the human anatomy and developing proprietary silicone manufacturing.

The models are geometrically designed to withstand rigorous laboratory and field use. For ongoing testing purposes, they can provide silicone casted models from the 3D printed prototypes, which can be CAD adapted to suit any of their simulation models. Their anatomically accurate models effectively display your device in a clinically representative situation. This not only provides an invaluable testing tool for these devices, but it also enhances credibility with your customers. Jacqueline truly believes that women must see female leaders who are just like them balancing life’s challenges and is honoured to be that face for LEO Galway.

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LEO Mayo - Noreen Hackett

Mayo - Noreen HackettNoreen Hackett is the founder and Managing Director of Advanced Cosmetics & ACM Ltd

Advanced Cosmetics is Ireland’s only Cosmetic Manufacturing company owned and managed by a Cosmetic Chemist with over 10 years’ experience in the industry.

Working all her professional life in the industry, Noreen Hackett also owns a successful New Product Development company where she works closely with leading cosmetic brands developing, testing and bringing to market hundreds of products that are sold worldwide.

Known for her hands on and personal touch to business, since commencing trading in October 2023, Noreen has successfully secured clients and procured materials, manufactured, filled, labelled, coded, packed off and palletized over 1 million units at the facility to date, during the early stages of business set up.

With years of industry experience and technical domain knowledge developed, Noreen aims to grow Advanced Cosmetics into Ireland’s leading cosmetic production facility.

With the global beauty industry valued at $511 billion in 2021, the beauty and personal care market will hit a market size of $716.6 billion by 2025, meaning that this ever-expanding market needs more production facilities. In Ireland alone, brands were outsourcing manufacturing to France, Germany, Poland and China due to the lack of supply chain resilience with Irish manufacturers.

Advanced Cosmetics has the human capital and investment in infrastructure secured in order to fulfil the current significant manufacturing demand from established brands and will help them grow and add more products to their overall offering. The business will help facilitate start-up cosmetic brands by producing small batch production runs, a service that is very hard to secure in Ireland currently.

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LEO Roscommon - Alison Clarke

Roscommon Alison ClarkeAlison Clarke is the founder and Managing Director of Fembition, a pioneering women’s digital leadership and fertility platform for progressive employers who want to retain their top female talent, close the gender gap and build a more inclusive culture at work.

Fembition specialize in workplace fertility support for employers with an employee population of 250+, who prioritise employee wellbeing and mental health.  Fembition provides employers with a qualitative assessment solution, that measures the business risk of women specific health problems in the workplace, such as fertility, in an employee population, so they can clearly measure and understand the impact of this problem and reconcile it.

Fembition provide employers with e-learning products and a peer network, that educate and support employees on a challenging fertility journey, which makes their fertility experience less overwhelming and isolating.

This results in increased performance and productivity, and a reduced fertility flight risk.

Fembition falls into the Femtech category as our offering supports in the enhancement of women's health and wellbeing at work, and we offer our service via software that can be licensed to employers.

The employment legal framework is evolving in relation to fairness and inclusivity (the pay transparency directive). This is due to be formally adopted into law by the end of 2023 and employers have three years to implement a strategy that provides reproductive and fertility support to employees.

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LEO's Meath, Louth - Caroline Duffy

Meath Louth - Caroline Duffy Artist & DesignerArtist and designer Caroline Duffy has gone from 20 years of designing fashion prints for big brands worldwide to launching her own label in 2021!

Along with her original paintings and prints that are in high demand, she has collections of luxury silk kimonos, kaftan dresses, silk scarves and woven blankets. Her collections are limited edition pieces and trans-seasonal. Made to be worn day after day, year after year. Caroline is thrilled to have a new exclusive collection in Brown Thomas as part of CREATE 23 this summer.

All pieces begin as an original artwork painted in her Co. Louth studio. Then Caroline digitally reworks the painting into new creations. Her designs are printed onto fine 100% silk then is made into Kimonos in Dublin.
She works with minimum orders and using the full width of the fabric when printing, that creates little to no waste using ecological products and dyes. Caroline works with an organic, eco-friendly company that are highly aware of the importance of respecting the environment and using ecological products. Her woven blankets content 75% recycled cotton. Recycled Waste from the creation of throws and upholstery fabric is woven back into yarn or used for nonwoven textiles and stuffing.

Since January 2022 she plants a tree for every order she receives through her partner Trees for the Future..

Caroline wants to foster a sense of community in creating. She finds in today’s busy world, it can be difficult for her customer to find time to slow down and make time for the simple joy of being & making, so every month Caroline brings her community of followers together and holds a free art class on instagram #floralsonfriday. She hopes this encourages a mindful approach, and a way to experience a feeling of 'flow'. Make unique art for themselves and their home.

Caroline imagines a world where every woman, especially Irish women, feel at ease, connected, beautiful and true to who they really are. Her passion is to bring relief to women who are craving help with mental well-being and daily stresses, by surrounding them with nature and flowers. Studies have shown that flowers can induce creative energy and positive vibes, ultimately making us feel better.

She strives to transform female mental health challenges into golden opportunities for change, but encouraging her community to be creative, mindful and be fully aware of the healing qualities in nature. 

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LEO Monaghan - Jacinta Caraher 

Monaghan - Purple Peach is an award-winning Bridal Label by CEO and Designer, Jacinta Caraher.

Jacinta has been designing beautifully hand-finished Bridal gowns in her Monaghan Studio for over 20 years. A Graduate from Limerick School of Fashion, Jacinta has developed and cultivated a creative signature style that is both timeless and contemporary. Being her own boss has allowed Jacinta to rear her children while working her own hours and following her passion. She describes herself as an “alternative designer” who loves working with creative women who can see the value of looking outside the norm and taking chances in their fashion, allowing their personality to shine through in their dresses.

Over the past 10 years Jacinta has been involved in other creative projects which has given her the opportunity to explore better sustainable practices in her design studio. Her eco conscious approach and signature style has allowed Jacinta to approach bridal design with a renewed vision heavily focused on sustainability while meeting the needs of the contemporary bride.

The Purple Peach brand is now synonymous with designer gowns produced from a range of fabrics including eco-friendly, sustainable, and Irish produced textiles. Exceptional attention to detail from intricate hand finished techniques including applique needlework, surface decoration and hand stitched accessories embellishing the finished gown making them an heirloom that can be passed on to the next generation of Purple Peach Brides.

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LEO Waterford - Christine Murphy


Waterford - Christine Murphy

Christine Murphy, Founder and Creative Director, established Urban Aran, an independent Irish Knitwear business in 2018.

With a background in hotel management working across various roles in luxury 5 star hotels in Ireland and overseas, Christine learned to multitask and react professionally to customer queries. She adored working in management roles in luxury 5-star hotels which was extremely hard work but equally rewarding. Moving on to more senior management roles, Christine was responsible for oversight of interior design projects and worked with a Michelin star chef team where the striking combination of colour and precise food design sparked her imagination and desire to work in the creative space. Returning to Limerick College under Liz Spillane, and she learned to deconstruct traditional knitting techniques using metals, wires and natural dyes.

Based in Waterford, “Urban Aran” encapsulates the essence of her brand. The term “Urban” reflects her deep appreciation for urban landscapes. It is the imagery from cityscapes and professional street art in her home city of Waterford to minute detail including peeling paint on walls, which inspires her drawings and designs.

Christine draws inspiration from colours found in urban environments and infuses them into knitwear creations through the knitting technique of jacquard using 3D machine technology. “Aran” also pays homage to the rich heritage of Irish knitting. Her collections embody a distinctive fusion of contemporary design and traditional Aran knitting techniques, showcasing sophisticated pure super soft merino creations. Urban Aran would like to empower individuals to embrace their unique style and express themselves creatively.

Her commitment to slow fashion ensures that each garment is crafted with utmost care, allowing for longevity, and reducing environmental impact. Urban Aran are committed to creating exceptional knitwear pieces using sustainable practices.

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LEO Wexford

Wexford - Pauline DunnePauline Dunne of Killowen Farm has been associated with the food sector all her life. Coming from a dairy farm, Pauline grew up understanding the value of great ingredients, minimal processing and always delivering more than the customer expects!

College in Cathal Brugha Street and working as a buyer for Pettitts Supermarkets gave her an insight into the commercial opportunities for the food retail sector and in 2004 together with her brother Nicholas they developed Killowen Farm yogurts.

Twenty years later and a lot has changed: Regulation; technology; recession; export; Brexit; and Covid have all brought challenges, as well as opportunities for Killowen.  Killowen now employs 75 people, and exports to Germany, Dubai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore, including 1st class on Emirates airlines. Their award-winning yogurt range has recently expanded to include a range of award-winning cream cheese products on sale here in Ireland and in Germany. Killowen also produces private label products for all the major Irish retailers and for Ornua (Kerrygold).

Killowen is renowned for the for the quality of their product range. To date in 2023, the company has won numerous Blás Irish Food Awards, 13 Great Taste Awards and been acclaimed the Good Food Ireland Dairy Producer of the year. The commercial success of the business has equally been recognised with Wexford Chamber selecting Kilowen Food as Family Business of the Year at their award ceremony in May.
Pauline’s passion is food, and her driving interest is food innovation – from ingredients, flavours, recipe development, formats and packaging, Pauline believes innovation is key to success and longevity in business. Working with nature, the company also recognise the critical importance of implementing sustainable practices throughout their business and the company are a verified member of the Origin Green Sustainability Programme.

Pauline is the current President of The Wexford Food Family, in recognition of her work and dedication to all Wexford produce and food producers. She is regularly to be found at Bloom and Gifted and on Bord Bia trade missions, always supporting Irish food production.

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LEO Wicklow - Anna Daly

Wicklow - Anna DalyAnna Daly is an award-winning TV presenter who woke up the nation on Ireland's flagship TV breakfast show, 'Ireland AM' for 12 years. Anna Daly launched her ethical clothing brand ‘Little Bliss’ in 2021 and it continues to gain loyal fans for its colourful aesthetic and sustainable ethos. As a result of launching this brand, Anna has now become a firm favourite for hosting duty at business events and awards ceremonies across all genres but especially for women in business, as Anna loves to champion the female entrepreneur. A trusted host who doesn't take herself too seriously. Little Bliss is an ethical, lifestyle brand developed for the times we're living in. Everyday luxury designed in Ireland, manufactured in Portugal that will be the wardrobe pieces you’ll end up living in.

As a TV presenter her professional life involves a glam TV studio environment with lighting, cameras, perfectly groomed hair, high heels and even higher expectations! At home it's a different story. I LOVE and LIVE in sweatshirts, hoodies, tees and jeans and now they've become my business.
For me, Little Bliss is about those precious few moments when you enjoy a 'isn't this glorious' kind of moment.
This collection isn't just for Mums (or Mams or Ma's!), it's for everyone. It's for those with kids and those without. It's for little boys and little girls. It used to irk me that there was a steady offering from retailers for mini-me options for girls but none for the little boys. So, I've catered for us all and my collection is unisex. From little monsters to little blissful dreamboats!

Here's to family. And being ourselves. Being cosy, chic and doing it in an ethical way where the cotton is organic and the clothing produced is Fair Wear and packaging sustainable.

Little Bliss is fulfilled in a Galway based business called Autofulfil who are the only carbon neutral fulfilment company in Ireland.  Little Bliss has been nominated for many awards in its short life, from the best e-commerce business with Guaranteed Irish to the Image Business Woman of the year award and many more.  Anna is a regular MC at awards ceremonies from the Chambers Ireland Sustainable Business Awards to Women’s inspire network, Guaranteed Irish, Irish Made Awards and an ambassador for the Craft Council of Ireland.

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