Wicklow businesses set for Network Ireland Business Awards

A host of Wicklow-based businesses will be honoured this evening at this year’s Network Ireland Business Awards in Cork this evening. The winners from Wicklow include:

The Emerging New Business Owner of the Year – Anna Dobson of Love Mo Chuisle / Tweed in the Valley, An Irish Tweed clothing and accessory brand produced in Avoca.

Employee of the Year – Jean Evans of Highline Office Technology, the leading provider of office technology for SMEs in Ireland, operating nationwide.

Arts category – Joanne Costello of Xmedia, a diverse collective of Irish based talent offering a full-service production agency based in Delgany.

Best Small Business Owner – Rachael Davis of Remedy Pilates and Physiotherapy, Bray, using her skills in physical and mindful health to bridge a gap in clinical exercise to help improve function, performance and wellbeing.

(STEM) Professional – Deborah Sudding of The Ultrasound Suite, Bray, Greystones & Dublin, providing professional, sympathetic, reassuring and affordable private ultrasound services to the community.

Best Large SME Owner – Libby Murray of Elysian Brows & Beauty Group, with locations in Greystones and Dublin, catering to all individuals for every brow and beauty need. The judges also gave a highly commended certificates to Chelsey Doonan, Head Chef at Food at Fishers Café, Aisling Callaghan of Wilson Security Systems, Michelle Lynch Power of The Hearing Clinic and Claire Williams of Meadows Skincare and a special recognition award to Anne TarpeyMcNally of Pretty Woman Boutique and Aoife Keogh of Aoife Rose Designs.

Wicklow-based In Good Company will be presenting the award for the Best Small SME at a black tie event featuring many of Ireland’s most innovative entrepreneurs.


Network Ireland is a voluntary organisation with over 1,000 memebrs which was established to promote and aid in the development of women in business.

For more information, please networkireland.ie.


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