2019 Irish Enterprise Awards

54 EU BUSINESS NEWS / 2019 Irish Enterprise Awards Harmonia Magazine Publisher of the Year 2019: Harmonia , Harmonia draws on Founder Norah Casey’s vast industry experience. Having recognised the firm for this achievement in our 2019 Irish Enterprise Awards we profile it to learn more about the services it has to offer. monthly, bi-monthly or annual publication for you. Included in this service is a full creative brief, commissioned editorial content, original professional photography (including bespoke shoots), art direction, full project management, editing and pre-press management, as well as print and distribution management. Alongside magazine production, Norah also offers a digital learning platform Planet Woman seeks to empower women through workbooks, videos, podcasts and animations. Much of her work can be viewed on her You Tube Chanel and at norahcasey.com. Her vodcast 10 Steps to Startup Success is widely used to help budding entrepreneurs start their own business. Additionally, Norah has extensive experience in radio and television including presenting her own weekly show, MindFeed, on Newstalk and her social entrepreneurship television series, Norah’s Traveller Academy which Previously Harmonia has published Irish Tatler, U Magazine, Woman's Way, FOOD&WINE, Eat Out Auto Ireland and Ireland of the Welcomes. Today Woman’s Way is the only magazine the firm publishes as it focuses on creative work and supporting clients to create their own unique publications. Founder Norah has helped over 1000 business start-ups directly and indirectly. While most of her work in start-ups beganas a result of her role in Dragons’ Den she has extended her reach beyond that into other investment spaces. As well as owning Harmonia Publishing Ltd, which is engaged in magazine publishing, digital media, app development, events, creative communications and data analysis, Norah also owns Harmonia Investments, home to a range of investments in diverse areas such as home storage, children’s accessories, media and fashion in both the UK and Ireland. She also owns her own production company Miss Clover Media. Her expertise is in moulding budding entrepreneurs into potential business owners. She offers one to one consultations, runs business clinics for SMEs and mentors early stage start-ups and those seeking growth potential at two to three years maturation. She also hosts, speaks and moderates at a wide range of conferences, seminars, training programmes and bespoke mentorship progr- ammes here and abroad. She is currently writing her second book: Secrets of a Dragon: The 100 Things You Need to Know To Start Your Own Business. Drawing on its vast expertise in this market and that of its Founder, Harmonia can produce a magazine of any size, specification and pagination exclusively to meet their clients’ specific needs. The team can work to any given deadline to produce a weekly, Mar19101

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