Women in Business networking event held in Ennis

Women in Business networking event held in Ennis

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L-R Jackie Murphy, Educo Gym, Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, Moira Geary, Guest Speaker and Pamela Clancy, Clancy Solicitors.Pic Arthur Ellis.
L-R Jackie Murphy, Educo Gym, Padraic McElwee, Head of Enterprise, Moira Geary, Guest Speaker and Pamela Clancy, Clancy Solicitors.Pic Arthur Ellis.

Motivational Women in Business Networking Event recently took place in Treacys West County Hotel, Ennis, featuring a talk “How to Overcome Procrastination and Self Sabotage for Women in Business”.

The Recombobulator, Moira Geary uncovered some of the obstacles women in business face and presented strategies on how to overcome these challenges.

Moira Geary works with people to overcome their blocks in business. During the event she openly talked about her own journey and showed others how to succeed in business while being aware of the obstacles and barriers. Moira said: “Power is in our hands, we just need to apply the principles to get the results. Confidence and believing in ourselves is important!”

Women in Business Networking Event was organised by Local Enterprise Office Clare and it brought together loads of formal and informal networking for women already in business and for those planning to join the business world in the nearest future.

Padraic McElwee, the Head of Local Enterprise Office, who attended the event, underlined the importance of the events for women in business which encourage networking and encourage women in business to collaborate.

“Events like these encourage women in business to get on board and feel they are welcome. This is a great networking opportunity for businesswomen from diverse cross section of businesses, where they can exchange ideas and support each other. We are different to men and we need to meet to value our gender,” said Geraldine Gregan.

Women in Business Networking Event was organiSed by Local Enterprise Office Clare and it brought together lots of formal and informal networking for women already in business and for those planning to join the business world in the nearest future. Local Enterprise Office Clare support women in business through a number of ways, one of which is the women in business network. The network provides women in business with a forum to network openly, share business contacts, knowledge and experience.

The next event will take place on October 14th featuring guest speaker Tracy Aspel and is titled “Two heads are better than one”. The event will focus on cluster networks for women in the business.

For more information and future events, please visit https://www.localenterprise.ie/Clare/ or e-mail: localenterprise@clarecoco.ie.

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