Enterprising Women - Monthly Business Network for Female Owner Managers

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Are you a Woman in Business?

Enterprising Women is a business support network for female-run businesses in the area.

  • A mix of guest speakers on practical business topics, practical workshops and member-led discussions
  • Exchange Ideas and Share Experiences with other Entrepreneurs
  • Avail of Opportunities to Build Contacts and Win Business
  • Guests welcome (no charge for fi

When and Where?

Enterprising Women network meets on the first Tuesday of each month 7pm to 9pm.

Enterprising Women is a peer to peer business support network for female run businesses. These monthly meetings take place on the first Tuesday of each month 7pm-9pm. We frequently have joint meetings with our other networks so as to maximise business lead opportunities. The annual cost is €150 (reduced according to Qtr of joining) which includes all meetings, entry to monthly newsletter and access to private online groups and social media forums for wider networking

What's On?

Next meeting: November 8th

'Venturing into Video - the pros and cons for business' with Caroline Murphy, Avondale Media Services.  

More and more websites, Facebook pages and LinkedIn profiles are featuring video clips.  Should you be doing it too?

Caroline Murphy, broadcaster and psycholist Caroline Murphy will run an workshop giving examples of good and bad practice, including:

  • Why make a video
  • How to think through what a video should contain
  • The basics to be aware of when going for DIY

She will also demonstrate how to shoot a basic 'talking head' clip.  

Caroline Murphy is highly-skilled organisational psychologist who draws on her considerable broadcasting and journalism skills to deliver talks which are informative, provocative and very much to the point.  She is currently best known as presenter of 'It Says in the Papers' on Morning Ireland, but her long broadcasting career included managing some of RTE's biggest programmes and projects such as 'The Sunday Game' and 'Sydney 2000'.   To book for this event contact angela@dlrceb.ie.  Guest welcome - no charge for first visit. 1 downloadPDF

 

What's Been On?

  • 'Did You Not Hear What I Said? The difference between what we think we said and what another person hears can be vast. Caroline discusses the secrets of effective communication and how we can improve it. 1 downloadPDF

    Guests welcome, pre-booking essential to angela@dlrceb.ie.

  • Fly Higher, Celebrating & Inspiring Enterprise, Sept 20th Our hugely successful event motivated and stimulated the 250 guests in attendance with key note speakers, mentoring and networking and also showcased the county finals of the National Enterprise Awards.

  • July Summer BBQ (members only)

  • June Meeeting: "Building a successful International Brand" with Vivien Walsh Jewellery Designer.  Vivien shared her inspirational story of competing on an international stage and her experiences in the jewellery retail business since the 1980's.  Vivien has just opened a new shop on Monkstown and is optimistic about the opportunities for small business today. Download event details here: 

  • May's Meeting: Apps for Small Business.. What is an App and could my business use one?      At our May 10th meeting, Deirdre Savage of Autopilot explained the basics of this technology giving some practical examples and outlined what is involved in developing an app .  Lisa Cunningham Vogue Business Development explored how smart phones apps work as a marketing tool for the small business.  Download event details here:1 downloadPDF 

  • April's Meeting: "How Networking can work for your Businesss"

At our April 5th meeting three of our members shared examples of how they have successfully used networking to support and promote their businesses.  Joyce Rigby-Jones of Voltedge; Colette Ward of Absolute Interiors and Catherine De Groot of Bake my Cake.   Attendees were invited to deliver a short description of their business (Elevator Pitch) and what they are seeking from the network. The meeting finished with a structured networking session. Full details here:

1 downloadPDF

  • March 8th International Womens Day Conference 1 downloadPDF

2011 Meeting dates

  • Dec 6th (Members only meeting)

Membership Enquiries

To benefit from membership of the Enterprising Women network, contact:
Angela Tynan, DLRCEB Network Co-ordinator

Email: angela@dlrceb.ie
Tel: 01 494 8400
Mobile: 087 223 5269

 

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