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The Wicklow Street Clinic Celebrates Award Win at The Irish Women’s Awards 2019

The Wicklow Street Clinic Celebrates Award Win at The Irish Women’s Awards 2019
The Wicklow Street Clinic won the ‘Independent Retail Business of the Year’ award at The Irish Women’s Awards 2019, which took place at the Crowne Plaza Dublin Blanchardstown Hotel, with an audience of over 200 people, on Monday 21st of January in an exclusive celebration dedicated to women.
The award reflected the clinic’s excellent track record at increasing retail sales due to their hard work and dedication to clients’ skin concerns. 

Speaking of the award, MD Rasa Levinaite said:

 

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The Wicklow Street Clinic MD Rasa Levinaite

“It’s an amazing accolade to be acknowledged and it’s a testament to my wonderful team, we’re a group of women who work very hard every day to keep our five-star rated status. 
 
Retailing is a natural follow-on from that dedication. We work with and distribute Eminence Organic Skin Care, which is a luxury Spa brand with cosmeceutical results and an environmental pedigree – it’s a brand that stands to us year on year.”
About The Irish Women’s Awards
The awards ceremony aimed to showcase the contribution of women to various industries and professions such as Law, Medicine, Technology, Arts, Sport, Education and many more. The awards also provided a platform to thank the winners and nominees for their exceptional work and the contributions they make on a daily basis that often remain unknown or even unappreciated.
The Winners: 
Creative Industries Leader of the Year: Kim Mackenzie-Doyle (Why Design, Carlow)
Services to Charity / Third Sector: Karen Leigh (Sensational Kids, Kildare)
Rising Star of the Year: Sinead Cassidy (Galway Races, Galway)
Services to Science & Technology: Lorraine Brennan (UCD Institute of Food and Health, Dublin)
Services to Medicine: Sinead Brennan (St Luke’s Hospital, Dublin)
 Services to Sport: Cathriona McConnell (GAA, Donaghmoyne)
 Services to Law: Tara Doyle (Matheson, Dublin)
 Services to Education: Maura McAdam (DCU Business School, Glasnevin)
 Services to Accounting & Finance: Jennifer Kelly (EisnerAmper Ireland, Dublin)
 Social Leader of the Year: Liz Waters (An Cosán VCC, Dublin)
 Beauty Entrepreneur of the Year: Celia O’Grady (Nia Natural Beauty, Kilrush)
Contribution to Arts & Culture: Katie Watchorn (Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford)
 Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Katie McGloin (K.T. Clothing Co., Bundoran)
 Food Entrepreneur of the Year: Sarah Kiely (Sadie’s Kitchen, Dublin)
 Corporate Leader of the Year: Ruth Curran (Merc Partners & IIC Partners, Dublin)
 Contribution to Civil Service: Anne Gibney (NWCI – Chartered Institute of Securities, Dublin )
Managing Director of the Year: Pamela Quinn (Kuehne & Nagel)
 Digital Business of the Year: Jane Kavanagh (FeedAlpha, Tullow)
 Independent Retail Business of the Year: The Wicklow Street Clinic (Rasa Levinaite, Dublin)
 Family Run Business of the Year: Caroline Kilkenny  (N&C Kilkenny, Dublin)
 Small Business of the Year: Kay’s Flower School (Dublin)
Business of the Year: Leonora O’Brien (Pharmapod, Dublin)
Business of the Year (less than 50 staff): Mary Mitchell  (Green Angel, Dublin)
 Business Woman of the Year: Rita Shah (Shabra Plastics/Recycling Ltd, Castleblaney)
 Business Woman of the Year (less than 50 staff): Alison Banton (Brooke & Shoals, Greystones)
 Best Professional in Business: Altona Myers (Seapoint Clinic, Dublin)
 Entrepreneur of the Year: Wendy Stunt (Go Digicard, Dublin)
 CEO of the Year: Tammy Darcy (The Shona Project, Waterford) 
Women of Influence: Sarah Keane (OCI, Dublin)
 Women Support Group of the Year: Anew (Fiona Barry, Dublin)

 Woman of the Year: Su Carty (World Rugby Council, Dublin)

 

For more information on The Wicklow Street Clinic go to  www.thewicklowstreetclinic.ie o
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