Women in Business Networking Event 2nd July LEO181905

Mullingar Park Hotel
2nd July

Come along to our 2nd Tri County Women's Networking Event and meeting Joanne Sweeney Burke - The Accidental Entrepreneur "How Life Skills Helped Me Succeed in Business"

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The Local Enterprise Offices of Longford, Leitrim and Westmeath have come together for this their 2nd network evening offering an opportunity to women led businesses to come together to collaborate, share ideas, knowledge and support.


6:00   Introductions & Opening of Event - Tea & Coffee will be served

6:10   Presentation from Joanne Sweeney-Burke - The Accidental Entrepreneur | How Life Skills Helped Me Succeed in Business

7:00   Facilitated networking session - Amy O'Connor - AOC Coaching

7:45   Light Refreshments 

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Joanne Sweeney- Burke

The Accidental Entrepreneur | How Life Skills Helped Me Succeed in Business

She pulled herself by her own bootlaces and describes herself as the 'accidental entrepreneur.'

Joanne Sweeney-Burke is an entrepreneur, author, TEDx speaker, mother of two and an international speaker. She is the Director of Digital Training Institute and founder of Ireland's first Public Sector Digital Marketing Summit.

Joanne is an eternal optimist and says "when the chips are down, you must rise up." Joanne will inspire, entertain and hopefully remind you that, you are brilliant, just give yourself a break. Originally from Donegal, Joanne lives by the sea in Galway. 


Amy O Connor is a military mum turned life development and motivational mum using 20 years of untapped experiences into helping women in business see another side of themselves and allowing them to re-visit the evidence that ‘they have done this before & find a unique new balance and direction to go do it again.

Amy has helped Military managers & leaders, Entrepreneurs, Directors of private companies, Network Marketers and Mums in general go from being stuck to being newly focused and motivated again in order to carve out their own 'Life Less Ordinary'.