Terry Prone heads up LEO’s National Women’s Enterprise Day event

Terry Prone heads up LEO’s National Women’s Enterprise Day event

Celebrate National Women’s Enterprise Day with Waterford Local Enterprise Office in the beautiful surroundings of Faithlegg House Hotel on October 12th for an afternoon of learning and networking.

This year we are delighted to have Irene Queally of Pip and Pear as our ambassador for our event ‘Open Doors to New Markets’ which will be hosted by broadcaster Karen Tomkins and features an interactive workshop ‘Speak with Impact’ with voice coach and speech language therapist Linda Coyle. During the session you will explore what gets in our way of speaking with confidence, look at how important listening is to connecting, and why women are particularly strong at this, along with learning simple tools to help you to come across as the competent person you are.

There will also be a panel discussion featuring Irene Queally, Pip and Pear; Grainne Walsh, Metalman Brewing; Sandra Whelan, Immersive VR Education; Deirdre Meany and Karen Cottier, Wild Oat Soaps; Yvonne Crotty, Willow & Wild and Beth Ann Smith, Lismore Food Company.

NWED Launch

Following a delicious two course buffet meal, guest speaker Terry Prone will take to the stage to impart her wisdom on being to the fore of one of Ireland’s most successful communications companies.

Terry is a leading advisor on reputation management and crisis handling to corporations, Governments and individuals. As Managing Director of Carr Communications, she expanded its reach to provide training and consultancy in seventeen overseas companies and is the speechwriter for captains of industry, government ministers and European Commissioners.

She is the most frequently-used crisis management consultant in Ireland, dealing with issues as diverse as blackmail, terror threats, industrial accidents and medical scandals.

Terry has published 29 books including eight critically-acclaimed novels, an award-winning collection of short stories and more than a dozen practical guidebooks, including This Business of Writing for the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

‘Open Doors to New Markets’ is supported by Waterford Chamber, Waterford Micro Business Network and Network Waterford and is just one of a number of events  being held nationally on October 12th to mark National Women’s Enterprise Day.

Registration and networking commences at 4.30pm. Tickets cost €40 and to guarantee your place at this event book here at this link.

 

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