Dublin Town business owners for International Women’s Day
It’s International Women’s Day and we are celebrating the amazing women in business that are at the helm of Dublin Town’s businesses.
Although we celebrate these women all year round, we want to give a specific shout out on International Women’s Day to these business women who are devoting their work life to the city through their business. We put together a list of just some of the female run businesses in the city centre.
Sisters Pamela and Lorraine Fitzmaurice – Blazing Salads, Drury Street
When it comes to healthy eating, these sisters have been the best in the business for almost 2 decades and have dedicated their lives to food on the go that is delicious, wholesome and vegetarian.
Ella Guzman – Siopaella, Wicklow Street
Ella turned her love for pre-loved fashion into a successful premier designer exchange & resale business where you can buy and sell authenticated designer handbags.
Vanessa Clarke – The Good Food Store, South Great George’s Street
When it comes to good food, well, you just have to look at the name of this business to know that’s exactly what you are going to get. The Good Food store is a boutique mix of Irish and European-style brunch-culture delights.
Andrea Horan – Tropical Popical, South William Street
Andrea is the brain behind the renowned nail salon that got a global mention on the Ellen De Generes show thanks to her high profile clients like Saoirse Ronan. The super talented team are nail artists that aren’t afraid to explore new designs.
Caroline Boyle – Salamanca, Suffolk Street
This delicious Spanish Tapas restaurant is the perfect spot for anyone looking for authentic Spanish food. When the restaurant turned 15 in 2017 Caroline and her team created a Cook Book with their tasty tapas recipes adapted to be easily made at home.
Kerry Hanaphy – Kerry Hanaphy Clinic, South William Street
Known to many as ‘The Lip Queen’, Kerry Hanaphy an aesthetic nurse leads a team of highly experienced medical professionals in specialist treatments such as dermal fillers, lip augmentation and anti-wrinkle injections.
Sabrina Sheehan, Mission PR, College Green
Sabrina has been on a Mission to provide results driven, highly successful campaigns both nationally and internationally since before the company’s inception. This PR guru is making headlines for her clients for all the right reasons through her strategies and campaigns.
Caryna Camerino, Camerino Bakery, Capel Street
What was supposed to be a two day visit to Ireland from Canada ended up being a new chapter in Caryna’s life who is now the owner of Camerino Bakery on Capel Street. When it comes to sweet treats, you are guaranteed to get your fix here!
Kathy De Stafford, De Stafford Bridal, Wicklow Street
Making dream dresses for future brides has been a dream come true for designer Kathy. Her love for detail and exceptional designs has made her one of the best wedding dress designers in the country.
Caroline Quinn and Cathy Sherry, Dirty Fabulous, Wicklow Street
These fabulous sisters are bringing vintage fashion to the masses with their boutique on Wicklow Street. When it comes to vintage dresses for any occasion, the fantastic team are always on hand to offer advice and styling tips.
Even more Dublin City women in business owners we want to shout out to include:
- Catherine O’Riordan – So Fine Art, Powerscourt Townhouse
- Alison O’Reilly – Adore Hair and Beauty, Capel Street
- Helen Lambe – Dublin Holistic Centre
- Anne Lynott, Jennie Flynn & Barbara Nolan – Designist, South Great George’s Street
- Geraldine Byrne – Charles Byrne Music, Stephen Street Lower
- Annie Gribbon – Make Up For Ever, South William Street
- Eileen Fleming – The Buff Day Spa, South William Street
- Caroline O’Sullivan – Tales for Tadpoles, Drury Street
- Kate Masterson – The Kitchen Whisk, Wicklow Street
- Giedre Jancyte-Vasiliauske’ – Fifth Avenue Beauty Emporium, Wicklow Street
- Lorraine and Careena Galligan – Galligan Beauty School and Salon, Grafton Street
- Libby Murray – Elysian Brows, South William Street
- Katherine Sweeney – Preen, Dame Street
- Anne and Tracey Tucker – Costume, Castle Market
- Danielle Conneely – Coco Boutique, Clarendon Street
- Gail Kinsella – Jenny Vander, Drury Street
- Ruth Ní Loinsigh – Om Diva, Drury Street
- Una O’Reilly – Allicano, Johnson Place
- Johanna McAleese– Starla
- Helen McAlinden – Helen McAlinden Designs, South William Street
- Liza Brennan– Phoenix V boutique, Stephen Street Lower
- Elaine Madigan – Madigan Dublin Cashmere, Westbury Mall
- Susan Hunter – Susan Hunter Lingerie, Westbury Mall
- Denise O’Connor – Rare Jewellery, Castle Market
- Louise Stokes – Loulerie, Chatham Street
- Zoe Hertendi – Platform 61, South William Street
- Deirdre McCafferty – Cornucopia, Wicklow Street
- Fiona McHugh – Fallon and Byrne, Wicklow Street
- Vanessa Greenwood– Cooks Academy, South William Street
- Jane Swarbrigg – Inglot, South Anne Street and Jervis Street
- Deirdre O’Donnell, Deirdre O’Donnell Jewellers, South Anne Street.