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Go Women Event with “Treat Tickets” Mary McCall.

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All around the world, International Women’s Day represents an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women. To mark the event every year Causeway Enterprise Agency organise a special evening to celebrate the achievements of Northern Irish Business Women.

If this is the year you are determined to “Make It Happen” join us on the 5th of March at our annual Go Women event to be inspired by local business women who have… made it!

Mary McCall, the founder of Treat Ticket will be the keynote speaker.

Working with local businesses Mary has developed a website and app offering “fantastic treats at a fantastic price”. From discounted spa breaks and beauty treatments, fabulous summer breaks to entertaining days out – this business offers a treat to suit all tastes.

Sarah Travers will be the compere at the event and will be joined on stage by a panel of local business-women who have made it happen. The panel will include:

• Leona Kane of Broighter Gold
• Sharon Schindler of Shola Coach B&B
• Louise McKeag of McKeag Opticians
• Sue MacClaughlin of Bluebird Care

More information about the event is available here.

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