Thanks to sponsors PTSB, Waterford Chamber is joining with Waterford Local Enterprise Office and the Waterford News & Star for a networking breakfast to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th in the Viking Hotel Waterford.
Following a delicious breakfast, our leading business ladies will take to the stage to share their stories, the ups and downs, the lessons learned.
Waterford Chamber’s Lynda Lawton will host the panel discussion, which will feature Karen Hackett, Head of People and Culture at PTSB; Niamh Hayden, HR Director at Bausch + Lomb and Amanda Fox, National Learning Network Waterford and Autism Friendly Waterford.
What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than networking with and listening to our hugely inspiring ladies. There really is something for everyone on offer here as the ladies are so diverse in their chosen careers and are paving the way in terms of leadership, workplace culture and inclusion.
Together with our esteemed panel, we will present an event to remember in the Viking Hotel and while most breakfast events start much earlier, we are very conscious of the dreaded school runs on this occasion, so our guests can join us at their ease from 9am.
The event runs from 9am (ish) to 11am and tickets are just €30.
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