Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Network Mayo is renewing its partnership with Mayo County Enterprise Board to support female entrepreneurship in the county.

Details of the renewed partnership will be announced at the Network Mayo 2014 open evening at Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar this Thursday, March 27 at 6.30pm. Women in business from all over Mayo are invited to come along and join the Network. 

Network Mayo is part of Network Ireland – the country’s largest female organisation for women in business, the professions and the arts. It provides members with a forum to connect and do business with like-minded professional women in business.

Speakers at the open evening include Mary Fehily-Hobbs, Network Ireland President; Maol Muire Tynan, Head of Publicity at AIB Bank and Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo County Enterprise Board. They will offer interesting insights into the power of a network in today’s business environment.

Joanne Grehan said: “Mayo County Enterprise Board is excited by the opportunities for women in business in Mayo that this partnership (with Network Mayo) creates, coordinating training and mentoring services while providing an engaging and enjoyable business network environment.”

Caroline Gordon, President of Network Mayo said the Network is offering a 10% discount on membership until the end of March and especially welcomes new members involved in business, employment or start-up businesses in Mayo.”

The evening also includes a showcase on the Network and its members. Pre-booking is desirable.  Please contact Network Mayo at [email protected]

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