Photo: Clare Keogh University College Cork (UCC) in partnership with Johnson & Johnson has launched the University’s inaugural WiSTEM2D (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design) programme to address the need to support young women to succeed in their STEM2D careers. In Ireland, almost 60% of 30 to 34-year-old women have a third level degree,…Details
From Busy-ness to Resilience – a unique day for Cork’s business women with Transilient Coaching and Anam Solas Yoga
Transilient Coaching have an exciting event coming up this October! “It’s a day for busy business women!” says Managing Director Barbara Nugent. “You might feel, ‘I can’t afford to take a day off work!’ The question I would ask is, ‘Can you afford not to?’. “As business women, wives, mothers, daughters, sisters and best friends,…Details
Shirley’s Beauty Clinic marked 20 years in business this month. The salon celebrated its anniversary last weekend with a party for customers and friends in their salon in Glanmire. The event was hosted by Amanda Brunker and guests were treated to beauty demos, goodie bags, and prizes on the day. With over 3,000 clients, the…Details
Irish flexible employment agency, Employmum has been chosen to take part in Google’s Adopt A Startup programme. Employmum is one of 30 Irish and European start-ups chosen for this highly sought-after programme. Adopt A Startup is a start-up mentoring program where participants will receive hands-on mentoring from Google Consultants, as well as exclusive lectures and…Details
As a famous actress, how do you keep the balance between work and home? Just a conscious decision to be present in the moment really, whether you’re spending time with family or whether you’re at work. If we spend 40 hours or more working a week, it’s nice to be aware that some quality time…Details
The first Elevate event, a networking event for women in business, took place at the Maryborough Hotel, in aid of the Irish Grocers Benevolent Fund.
Photos: Gerard McCarthy
West Cork businesswoman Caroline Murphy of West Cork Eggs represents West Cork at Network Ireland National Awards final
Caroline Murphy, owner at West Cork Eggs, will represent Network Ireland West Cork in the Emerging New Business category at the national Network Ireland Businesswoman of the Year awards final on Friday September 14, 2018, in The Galmont Hotel & Spa, Galway. Speaking ahead of the final, Caroline Murphy said: “My journey from city chic to…Details
Angela O’Leary, President of Inspiring Cork – ‘I knew that to build a solid business, I would need a team around me’
Angela O’Leary is the founder and Partner Accountant CPA CTAX of AG Associates Accountants. AG Associates Accountants brings excellent and efficient accounting to your doorstep and often into the palm of your hand. Angela began as a one-woman business in a home office and now has curated a team of incredible accounting and technology experts…Details
Brendan Courtney will be this year’s special guest at the Annual lunch in aid of The Hope Foundation. The lunch will take place from 12pm Friday September 21st at The Maryborough Hotel & Spa in Cork.
Brenda Cooper, Director Horner APG, Maureen Forrest, Hon.Director, The Hope Foundation, Michael O’ Flynn – Chairman and CEO of the O’Flynn Group This wonderful lunch is one of HOPE’s flagship annual events and an important fundraiser for the organisation. In operation since 1999, for nineteen years The Hope Foundation has worked tirelessly to support street…Details
Nestled in Dublin’s Business District is Leeson Beauty Lounge, Jennifer Swaine’s most recent beauty business. No stranger to beauty, she has realised her dream of opening a city-based salon right in the middle of Leeson Street, a mecca of bustling businesses. With salons popping up left, right and centre, Jennifer knew that she had to…Details