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L-R Davnet Dwyer, Ennis Montessori, Margaret O Connor, Quigleys Bakery, Marion Murphy Cooney, Marion Murphy Cooney Designs, Ciara Farrell, Clare Echo, Linda Earlie, LEO CLare, Joanne Molloy, Ansen Management Ltd, Quin. ​
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SISTERS were doing it for themselves at the National Women’s Enterprise Day in Killaloe today.

Clare, Limerick and Tipperary Local Enterprise Offices (LEO) teamed up to create an event for over 100 aspiring female entrepreneurs and female-led businesses across the region.

Clare (LEO) Senior Enterprise Development Officer Linda Earlie said that there are plenty of opportunities for women who want to set up a business in the Banner County.

“We’re seeing more and more women coming in through the LEO with new business ideas or women currently in business that are looking to expand their opportunities with the Clare region and we are seeing more and more companies looking to export,” she added.

L-R Monica Forde, The Book Keeper.ie, Paulette Egan from I-SPY Clothing, Linda Earlie LEO Clare, Anne Crawley, Cashback World, Sinead Dixon, LEO Clare.
Credit Julie Tillett / Clare Echo

Key note speaker for event was Chanelle McCoy, with presentations also given by Celia Holman Lee and Catherine Duffy of Northern Trust.

Ennis based proprietor of www.thebookkeeper.ie Monica Ford said she is a huge admirer of Chanelle McCoy and her entrepreneurial skills.

“I thought it was pretty incredible that [Chanelle] is actually a scientist. It’s really, awesome, the pictures that you see of her online all dressed up and she looks amazing and she’s at all this equine stuff and she’s an incredibly intelligent, smart, accomplished businesswoman,” she added.

L-R Ciara Farrell, Clare Echo, Marie Meehan, Bank of Ireland, Clare, Petra Florence, Osteopath, Riverview Clinic, Limerick, Ciara Earlie, Bank Of Ireland, Clare.​
Credit Julie Tillett / Clare Echo

Elaine has been a member of staff with The Clare Echo since its foundation in October 2017. The paper's first Chief Reporter, the Kilrush woman is now working as a sub-editor in our busy newsroom. In 2015, she graduated from the University of Limerick with a Masters in Journalism. Elaine briefly worked with the RTE Investigations Unit on the Standards in Public Office investigation before returning to Clare to continue her career as a reporter with the Clare People where she spent nine months as the West Clare correspondent and also covered the 2016 General Election and 2016 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.

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