The Meath Women in Business and Technology network meet quarterly and the network is open to all Meath Businesswomen.

The aim of the Meath Women in Business & Technology Network is to foster and encourage women in County Meath to grow in enterprise, entrepreneurship or self-employment and to share their experiences. The initiative seeks to bring business women together, whether they own their own company or play a leading role in one. The network is proudly sponsored by Facebook

In ever changing business environment of 2021, the Meath Women in Business & Technology network will focus on the shift in e-commerce strategies, the role of technology in remote working, managing virtual teams and the importance of technology in making connections and supporting communications.

Q1 2021 we fouced on; How Technology Can Keep Remote Workers Connected

  • Panel: Helen McEntee TD Minister for Justice & Valerie Moran eCOMM Merchant Solutions.  Chaired by Lorraine Murphy Business Coaching & Training
  • You can watch the event back HERE


Q2 2021 we fouced on; Re-Wiring How We Work - Building a new Employee Experience

  • Panel: Elaine Mac Mahon, Design Manager, responsible for the Facebook European Data Centre Design Programme (including the design of the Facebook Data Centre in Clonee), Olivia Duff, Director & Co-Owner of The Headfort Arms Hotel Kells. Chaired by Lorraine Murphy Business Coaching & Training
  • You can watch the event back HERE

Q3 2021 fouced on; How Transferable Skills Can Drive Your Career, in Sport & Business

  • Panel: Kerrie Leonard, Team Ireland Tokyo '21, Carina Conyngham Slane Estate, Vicky Wall All-Irealnd Champion Ladies LGFA. Chaired by Lorraine Murphy Business Coaching & Training
  • You can watch the event back HERE

A message from the organisers and sponsors.....

Paula McCaul, County Meath Chamber: "I am looking forward to welcoming our Women in Business & Technology network back for 2021 and I am excited to meet the new commers too. Don't be shy, this network is inclusive and open to all!"

Lorna Cooney, Meath Local Enterprise Office: "The local enterprise office is delighted be able a part of this initiative and has always fostered an entrepreneurial spirit amongst business women in the County.  It has never been more important for female entrepreneurs to connect with other like minded individuals and share knowledge and experiences.  Such networking events provide a safe and convenient platform for business women to expand their connections and build valuable relationships."

Aoife Flynn, Community Development Manager at Facebook Clonee Data Centre: "At Facebook, we’re committed to supporting women in business, and particularly in tech, for a more diverse and inclusive workforce. We are proud to support the growth of the Meath Women in Business network to include a “Women in Tech” focus. The experience of this past year has highlighted the importance of technology in all sectors, and we hope our support can help provide resources and tools to help women feel empowered and supported by their peers. We look forward to being part of the Meath “Women in Business and Tech Network” and creating more opportunities for women in Meath to gather and share challenges they face, celebrate achievements, and discuss industry insights.”