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Fri, 08 Mar


Dunoon Burgh Hall

International women's day: Evening gathering

We want to build a greener and more inclusive economy here in Dunoon. So how can we make business support work for women setting up new businesses, and for female entrepreneurs sustaining businesses around care, health and rural challenges?

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International women's day: Evening gathering
International women's day: Evening gathering

Time & Location

08 Mar 2024, 19:00 – 22:00

Dunoon Burgh Hall, 195 Argyll St, Dunoon PA23 7DD, UK

About the event

Join our evening gathering  including nibbles, music, discussion and talks from local female  entrepreneurs around enterprise, environment and inclusion this  International Women’s Day.

We are building a greener and more  inclusive economy here in Dunoon. Together, we can explore how we can  make business support work better for entrepreneurial women setting up  or running businesses in Dunoon. In particular, how this could work  better for women dealing with care, health and rural challenges.

Hosted by Janis Marshall Reilly from Third Sector Interface and Hannah Clinch of Dunoon Goes POP, there will be opportunities for conversation on these topics and talks by three local female entrepreneurs.

Our speakers:

These enterprising women will talk  about their experience of developing a business in Dunoon and will share  their reflections on how their business can contribute to a NetZero  economy here in Dunoon.

Our evening gathering is for people  who run businesses or want to support the growth of a more sustainable  and inclusive economy.

Doors open at 7pm and the event will conclude around 10pm.

Childcare support at the venue can be provided. If need help please let us know in advance. Email

About the event

Our International Women’s Day events are part of the Take the plunge programme, supported by Dunoon Community Development Trust and POP shop enterprises CIC and Third Sector Interface, and funding from the Scottish Government’s Pathways Pre-Start Fund.

Thanks also to Dunoon Burgh Hall Trust, Oxfam, Castle House Museum and Business Gateway for their contributions to the event.

International Women’s Day (8 March)  is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and  political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for  accelerating women’s equality.

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