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Morning Coffee with Donegal Women in Business Network

The Donegal Women in Business Network went Countrywide today hosting their coffee mornings in different locations around Donegal in aid of various charities.

The coffee mornings got underway this morning at 10.30am until 11.30am in The Weavers Loft Bistro at Magee of Donegal, Brown Sugar Bakery, Bundoran, The Bayview Hotel, Killybegs, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel in Buncrana, Revive Market House Coffee Bar, Dunfanaghy and Dillons Hotel in Letterkenny. Women in business throughout the county arrived in great numbers all supporting each other.

I attended the Dillons Hotel Coffee morning which was hosted by Larissa Feeney, Accountants on line and Susan Stevenson, Travel Counsellor who welcomed all the ladies. Teas, coffees and scones were served to all.

There was a great turnout and the charity was for the Donegal Hospice. All the ladies introduced themselves and gave a description of their business, sharing their business journey, offering  advice and support and learning from the committee and ambassadors of how the network can help and support you in your business path.

Donegal Women in Business Networking – COUNTYWIDE – Coffee Morning was a huge success!

You can join here for just €50 a year and avail of lots of services and support.

Kristine Reynolds, President of the Letterkenny Chamber and Dearbhla Kelly from ETB.
Cheers to Frances Spears, Mourne Antiques who is celebrating 30 years in business, Eve Anne McCarron, ATU, Catherine Campbell, Bizz Print and Lisa Gallagher, Dillons Hotel.
Larissa Feeney, Accountants on line and Susan Stevenson, Travel Counsellor, who hosted the coffee morning in Dillons Hotel.
Aine Conaghan and Maria Rushe from Rushe Fitness.
Emma Boylan, Outside the Box and Geetika Upadhyay.
Feena McBride and Alice lynch from Maggies Tavern.
Susan Stevenson saying a few words this morning.


The Business ladies who attended the DWIB Coffee monring in Dillons Hotel.
Eve Anne McCarron, ATU and Marjorie Morrison, Bank of Ireland.
Myself and Alice from Maggies Tavern.

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