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Part of Bank of Ireland's 17th National Enterprise Week Women in Business event taking place in Waterford on November 23rd

Bank of Ireland's 17th National Enterprise Week, themed 'Scaling Your Business', will take place from 17 to 24 November and will see up to 26 events take place across the country for SMEs with an interest in growing their business. Each unique event has been carefully planned to support specific industry sectors with experts on hand to speak about everything from trends, forecasts and opportunities to personal relevant business experience. The aim of the initiative is to promote and drive momentum for businesses in areas such as manufacturing, tourism and hospitality, agri, finance, fisheries and export markets.

These themed events taking place across the country will give SMEs the opportunity to hear from industry experts and network with like-minded businesses. In Waterford, Bank of Ireland will host an event on Thursday, 23 November entitled "Waterford Wardrobe Reboot - Women in Business" in Boxworks on Patrick Street from 4:30pm to 7pm. Speakers will include Regina Mangan from Liberty Blue Estate Agents and Katherine Cahill from Prima Modelling Agency who will discuss the opportunities that exist in Waterford for women in business.

Speaking about the 17th National Enterprise Week, Pamela Pim, Head of Bank of Ireland in Waterford, said; "Bank of Ireland's National Enterprise Week programme aims to help small to medium sized businesses throughout the country grow their opportunities. This event on 23 November has been specifically designed to bring together women in Waterford who are either starting their own business, growing it, or who are leaders in their field. Businesses will also have the chance to connect with other like-minded entrepreneurs and showcase their products and services. I would encourage SMEs across the country to get involved in the many events taking place from 17 to 24 November".

This event is free to attend however due to demand it is recommended that people book in advance. For more information about Bank of Ireland's National Enterprise Week and to reserve a space visit:


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