Announcing the “Women In” Series

Get your ticket for the first of  our WIN Series here. First 50 tickets free! 

We’re delighted to  introduce our new invite only evening event, the “WIN”, or Women In series. The mission of these events is to inspire and connect the next generation of female entrepreneurs, senior executives and leaders. WIN really embodies mentorship, empowerment and change.

You may have heard the likes of actress and philanthropist Eva Longoria, or CTSO of Cisco Padmasree Warrior speaking at our events before. At WIN, we will introduce our attendees to some of the most successful women in tech, business and politics today. Each event will feature guest speakers, startup pitching and of course, tons of great networking.

We’re delighted to announce the following incredible ladies at the first of the series, Women In Business, on Thursday 9th of April, in Dublin:

Breege O’ Donoghue – Company Director – Penneys

Breege has impressively climbed her way up the ladder at Penneys, where she was the only female member of the board. It’s no wonder that she won a Lifetime Achievement award at the Image Businesswoman of the Year event last year.


Breege O'Donoghue

Holly Shortall – Fashion Illustrator

Holly Shortall is one of Ireland’s leading fashion illustrators. Her work has been featured by many publications, from Xpose Magazine to Cosmopolitan. Her work has been featured on the websites of Kim Kardashian and Kelly Osbourne. Holly Shortall


On the night: 10 startups with women as part of their board will be pitching their products. The first of the series will take place Thursday, April 9th at 7pm in our very own Web Summit HQ. In more good news, the first 50 tickets are free, and €20 thereafter.  Register for yours. Hope to see you there! 

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