19 Sep Women in Tech Awards 2019 – Finalist
It is with great pride we get to announce that our CEO & Founder Yvonne Brady has been nominated as a finalist in the Entrepreneur Category of the very prestigious Women In Tech Awards. This award is sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, and winners will be announced at a gala ceremony on the 10th of October in the RDS Simmonscourt .
Enterprise Ireland is the state agency responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. By sponsoring the Entrepreneur Award, Enterprise Ireland “recognises the huge contribution being made to the nation’s economic prosperity by women with great ideas setting up and leading Irish enterprises. Celebrating and showcasing success is a way to encourage more women in tech to become entrepreneurs, generating more innovation, more exports and more jobs and securing Ireland’s future as a global leader in technology and enterprise.”
We are extremely honored that Yvonne has received such an important nomination. We are genuinely grateful for the recognition we have received for our work. Its all the more satisfying that Yvonne’s technical contribution to the biomedical industry, focusing on women’s pelvic health, is what has earned this honor. Yvonne’s in good company, and we know that every other nominees for this award is deserving too for all the work they do in making an impact on our society locally, nationally and globally.
The other nominees in the Entrepreneur category are Aimée Madden, Founder & CEO, CliniShift , Caroline Dunlea ,CEO, Core Optimisation, Joanna Carroll Chief Operating Officer, Think Research and Tugce Bulut , Founder and CEO, Streetbees We wish all the nominees in all categories the very best of luck.
For more information check out the following Women in Tech website