The Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA Ireland) recently hosted their annual Women in Business evening in partnership with Ulster Bank’s Business Women Can, at the CPA headquarters in Dublin. A diverse group of Business women attended, re...
#BusinessWomenCan Discusses Health & Wellbeing in Galway
The snow in Galway did not deter approximately 100 guests of Ulster Bank's Business Women Can Ambassadors at The G Hotel to hear three fantastic speakers on the subject of Health & Wellbeing - The Key to Inspiring Your Success. This latest Inspir...
The Business Women Can Dublin Ambassadors were delighted to continue its series of ‘Inspiring Your Success’ events by hosting a networking breakfast on Wednesday 19 November 2014 in the Kildare Street and University Club. The event which brought together both female and male business leaders and entrepreneurs was centred on […]
Business Women Can collaborates with The Kemmy Business School in University of Limerick. A murky, foggy November evening didn’t stop the almost 50 business women and 2 very welcome gents in their tracks, attending a co hosted Business Women Can event on the University of Limerick Campus on Thursday night […]
Purse Power: Marketing to Women in Ireland
Join Rachel Dalton Communications and iReach on Tuesday, November 25th for Purse Power II, a half day seminar (9am to 1pm) focused on marketing to women.
The New Power Dressing - Small Business Can
Now, the corporate world and fashion industry has moved on to a more expressive place where black suits alone no longer cut it. It’s Power dressing but not as you traditionally know it.
Development Programmes & Financial Funding for Women in Business - Small Business Can
Ensuring that Irish business women realise their full business potential is critical to Irish Economic prosperity. Here are some development programmes & financial funding for women in business.
The Rubicon Centre, Irelands leading business innovation hub has launched a brand new programme for women in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) sectors. The Exxcel programme which is due to begin in September will be a flexible, part time programme that will run for six months.
Business Women Can supports CPA Women In Business 2014 Event - Small Business Can
The CPA Women in Business 2014 event took place at the Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (CPA Ireland) headquarters in Dublin on Thursday 24th July. More than 50 delegates heard from a diverse panel of speakers, including Julie Cobb, Stylefish, Mary Carroll, The Double X Factor, and Louise Glennon of […]
Dr Breda Kenny and Ciara Lavelle, Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence, CIT presented a research paper entitled “Female Entrepreneurship Programmes: A change agent or a stepping stone?” at the 3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference) in Turku , Finland in April this year. The research focused on participants on a […]
What you do in the next few minutes could make a positive difference to a female business owner or Leader! Nominate a businesswoman that inspires you for one of the following Women Mean Business Awards. This is an easy way of recognising a female business owner/leader that has impressed you: […]
‘Business Women Can’ is an Ulster Bank initiative which is designed to generate local connectivity for female entrepreneurs across Ireland. It provides support and information on specific business challenges, across all sectors, as well as providing a networking forum where female entrepreneurs can share business stories and advice with their […]