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There’s a gap for events where women can exchange advice on their start-up journey

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Aisling Keegan, vice-president and general manager for Dell EMC Ireland. Image: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

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Dell EMC Ireland, in partnership with GirlCrew, has been hosting a Supper Club series in Dublin. The initiative was started to support women entrepreneurs as they work to grow their businesses and their networks, and the events have been tailored to encourage the women attending to share stories and advice.

Attendees also have the opportunity to speak with experts from Dell EMC on a range of topics such as sales, management, logistics, legal advice, marketing and business development. Aisling Keegan, vice-president and general manager for Dell EMC Ireland, explains more about the series and how it came about.

Three women dressed in smart casual attire gather in front of a trellis covered with ivy and decorated with fairy lights
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From left: Pamela Newenham, co-founder, GirlCrew; Louise Dunne, co-founder, Glissed; and Iseult Ward, co-founder, FoodCloud. Image: Q4PR

How did the Dell EMC Supper Club partnership with GirlCrew begin?

GirlCrew is all about fun, friendship and networking. It’s a start-up in its own right which has a huge reach here in Ireland and around the world. It has a specific entrepreneur vertical, which is the network of females Dell EMC wants to engage with.

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