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Join the Irish Chamber of Commerce Singapore's First Friday Breakfast for an inspiring panel discussion in celebration of International Women's Day. This event aims to highlight the importance of career investment plus the availability of opportunities and support leading to development and progression. We are delighted to have these esteemed speakers joining our panel, who will also share their experiences and what helped build their career:

  • Sarah McGrath, Ambassador of Ireland to Singapore, Embassy of Ireland 
  • Preeti Arora Razdan, Managing Director (Southeast Asia), Diageo
  • Amanda Murphy, Head of Commercial Banking (South and Southeast Asia), HSBC
  • Jennifer Doherty, Head of Transformation (Transaction Banking), Standard Chartered's Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking (CCIB)

with Joan O'Shea, Senior Vice President of Olam Food Ingredients and President of the Irish Chamber of Commerce Singapore moderating. 

This is an event for all our members, male and female as we all have a positive role to play in 'counting her in'

Our regular breakfast series provides a relaxed environment to build new connections over light refreshments. Not a fan of networking but want to meet new people? Not a problem! Members can invite one new guest to attend. We'll also make sure someone from the Chamber is on hand to make some introductions.

We'd love to hear from you so drop us a line to 

Date/Time: Friday, 1st March 2023/8.15 a.m. to 9.30 a.m.

Location: Marsh McLennan, 8 Marina View, Level 9, Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960

Numbers are limited and registration in advance is essential. 

For International Women's Day 2024 and beyond, let's Inspire Inclusion.

When we inspire others to understand and value women's inclusion, we forge a better world. And when women themselves are inspired to be included, there's a sense of belonging, relevance and empowerment.

The aim of the IWD 2024 #inspireinclusion campaign is to collectively forge a more inclusive world for women.

Strike the #InspireInclusion pose to show solidarity. When we truly value difference, inclusion comes from the heart.

Inspire others to help forge an inclusive world by sharing your #InspireInclusion image across social media using #IWD2024 #InspireInclusion. Use the International Women's Day social media cards available here.

Download these IWD web meeting backgrounds for Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and more to show support and solidarity for International Women's Day during online events, meetings, and gatherings - available here.

Printing off and displaying International Women's Day (IWD) posters can really help raise awareness about the day and its importance, as well as encourage engagement - available here.

Inspire and mobilise friends and colleagues to #InspireInclusion.

To find out more about International Women's Day and be collectively active please go here


Member Access

Free admission to Members of the Irish Chamber of Commerce Singapore.

Member Price Complimentary
Guest Access

For payment by credit card - fees may apply. Use PayNow using UEN number: S92SS0093H. Please ensure to add your name(s) in the payment reference or email



  • Sarah McGrath (Ambassador at Embassy of Ireland Singapore)

    Sarah McGrath

    Ambassador at Embassy of Ireland Singapore

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  • Preeti Arora Razdan (Managing Director, Southeast Asia of Diageo)

    Preeti Arora Razdan

    Managing Director, Southeast Asia of Diageo

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  • Amanda Murphy (Head of Commercial Banking, South and Southeast Asia at HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited)

    Amanda Murphy

    Head of Commercial Banking, South and Southeast Asia at HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited

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  • Jennifer Doherty (Head of Transformation, Transaction Banking at Standard Chartered Bank (CCIB))

    Jennifer Doherty

    Head of Transformation, Transaction Banking at Standard Chartered Bank (CCIB)

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