6 January 2016
By Elaine Murphy
Network Cork kicks off this year with an event which features one of the heaviest hitters in media and communications in Ireland – broadcaster, columnist and communications expert Terry Prone.
Network Cork is really packing a punch with the first of this year’s events which takes place in the Clarion Hotel on Lapps Quay on Wednesday, 13th of January with successful business woman, renowned communications specialist Terry Prone as its first special guest speaker.
On the night Terry, who is a candid, humorous and vastly-experienced go-to expert in reputation and crisis management among top Government and corporate officials, will share the secrets and tips of her business success and will be happy to advise and give her tips to attendees in a questions and answers session.
President of Network Cork Joan Walsh stated ahead of the event: “I am so delighted to welcome Terry Prone as our guest speaker for our first event of the year. She is a very successful business woman and I am sure will be an inspiring speaker. Through her extensive expertise and experience she will indeed help us to kick start 2016”.
As well as a regular on TV, radio and the stage from her teens, Terry is an extremely successful business women and one of the founders of Carr Communications. When she became Managing Director of that company, she expanded its reach so that it provided training and consultancy in seventeen overseas companies.
Terry, who has written eight critically-acclaimed novels, an award-winning collection of short stories and more than a dozen practical guidebooks is an authoritative commentator on communications and is looking forward to meeting the business women of Cork.
Speaking about the event Terry said: “I am really looking forward to speaking at this event. Network Cork is such a great organisation and a great opportunity for women in business to work together and support each other. I will speaking about how I got to where I am today, the ups and downs and everything in between and I really hope the women of Cork get something out of it.”
Tickets for the event which takes place from 6pm to 8pm are free to members or €25 for non-members including booking fee. To book and for more information on Network Ireland Cork Branch visit www.networkcork.com.Follow TheCork.ie (The Online Newspaper for Cork, Ireland) on social media