The Meath Women in Business & Technology Network will meet on Friday 29th April from 11am via ZOOM.
Reserve your FREE place and a Zoom link will be circulated to you in advance of the meeting.
Theme: Digital Innovation & The Power of Marketing
Helena Hemeryck – CEO of ‘Chez Emily’ Irish Belgian Chocolates
Chez Emily was established in 1996 by Ferdinand Vandaele and Helena Hemeryck, through a love of all things chocolate. After gathering experience in the land of chocolate (Belgium), they decided to start their own artisan chocolate outlet in Co. Meath. Chez Emily has expanded through the years but maintains its core value of being a ‘local chocolatier’, combining the very best raw materials, the freshest local ingredients and uses only the highest quality Belgian chocolate. They offer a selection of 30 different chocolates available throughout the year from their store and cafe. Here is Helena’s story: https://youtu.be/BqccvcC2x1M
Kate Scott – CEO & Co-Founder of ‘HoloToyz’
HoloToyz is a Meath-based toy company with global ambition, who has recently launched an award-winning range of children’s products. These include books, tattoos, stickers and wall decals that come to life through the magic of augmented reality. The co-founders of HoloToyz - husband and wife team, Kate Scott and Declan Fahy - believe in leveraging emerging technology to enhance children’s play and learning experiences by bridging the gap between the physical toy and digital play. See for yourself: https://youtu.be/ETuJtZBSeLM
Sinead Smith – Meath Women’s Refuge & Support Services
Friday 29th April is Go Purple Day. The initiative was established to raise awareness for Domestic Violence and much needed vital funds to help us to continue to be able to support the women and children who require the service. Details: https://dvservicesmeath.ie/
Estd in 2019, The Meath Women in Biz & Tech network aims to bring businesswomen together and provide a space for them to share experiences, overcome challenges and grow