Twenty women ready to engage in career planning and marketing

Twenty women ready to engage in career planning and marketing

TWENTY women received certificates after participating on the Webnet programme, achieving QQI accredited awards in career planning, business planning and sales and marketing in Bolbrook Enterprise Centre on Friday.

Almost 120 women have engaged with Webnet since it began in 2017.

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Webnet participants receiving their certificates on Friday in Bolbrook

Webnet is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020.

Daragh Solan, from the EU funds Unit of the Department of Justice and Equality, commended Diane Richmond and her team in delivering an excellent programme, and building a thriving network of women in business.

One of the Webnet participants, local woman Pauline Dalton, made an enthusiastic presentation, to talk about her experience on the Webnet programme, where she developed her brilliant business idea, ‘WorkSing’.

Mayor Vicki Casserly spoke about the sense of unity among the webnet women, and how positive it is to be in Tallaght and be surrounded by so many entrepreneurial women.

Diane closed the ceremony by thanking the EU funds Unit for their continued support of the programme as WEBNET+ is currently recruiting for its next intake, on March 19th.

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