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Matheson’s Continuation of Women Mean Business Sponsorship

AUTHOR(S): Elizabeth Grace, Deirdre Dunne
KEY CONTACT(S): Elizabeth Grace, Deirdre Dunne
DATE: 25.06.2019

Matheson’s Continuation of Women Mean Business Sponsorship and Opening of Nominations for the Matheson WMB Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2019

Matheson is once again delighted to support the Women Mean Business (WMB) Conference and Awards 2019. With this year’s theme ‘The Power of Opportunity’, the awards are dedicated to highlighting the work of both Irish and international businesswomen and female entrepreneurs as well as honouring some of Ireland’s most inspiring female business leaders and role models. 

Speaking about the sponsorship, Deirdre Dunne, partner and head of Business Development at Matheson and a judge for this year’s awards said –

In keeping with our firm values of diversity and entrepreneurship, Matheson is delighted to be supporting and celebrating Irish female entrepreneurs.  I’m very much looking forward to reviewing the entries and I’m sure there will be some very tough decisions to make.”

The Matheson WMB Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2019 will be presented to a woman in the small to medium business category who has achieved great results in her own business. Nominations are now open to companies and / or individuals based on the island of Ireland. Closing date for receipt of nominations is 31 July 2019, for more information visit www.womenmeanbusiness.com/awards.

The awards will be held in The Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin on Monday, 30 September 2019.

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