The theme of 2018’s International Women’s Day was “press for progress.”  O’Neill Foley, the largest independent accounting firm in the South East, showcased how it is “pressing for progress” with the six female members of its management team hosting lunch in Rinuccini for nearly thirty female business advisors in Kilkenny on the day.  Advisors from local law firms, banks, architects and auctioneers, many of whom O’Neill Foley deals with on a regular basis, came together at the event to celebrate women in business.  This event is part of a series of events O’Neill Foley is hosting in 2018 to celebrate its 60th year in business.  O’Neill Foley is a progressive accounting firm with a team of nearly 50 staff and 5 partners.  It offers a large firm skillset with experts employed in the fields of providing specialist tax advice, audit, payroll, corporate governance, company secretarial, business consultancy, forensic accounting and corporate finance at competitive rates.

L to R: Helene Lanigan, Marie Doody, Marie Grogan, Mary Walsh, Amy Maclean and Grace Fields

 

Mary Walsh, Nicola Dunlop and Carol Cantwell

 

Yvonne Blanchfield and Claire Johnson

 

Deirdre Shine, Maria Grogan, Anne Marie Butler and Ruth Callanan

 

Linda Codoul, Anne Barrett and Grace Fields

 

Ruth Callanan, Emer Foley, Carol Murphy, Denise Healy, Mary Molloy and Anne Marie Butler

 

Roseanna Murphy and Zelda O’Callaghan