- Emily Goldfischer
Picture this! Doyle Collection Offers Women FREE Headshots in Five Cities
Winning promo for women! To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022, The Doyle Collection hotels in Ireland, the UK, and stateside in Washington D.C will host their annual initiative to support women in business, offering complimentary professional headshots in each city location. The day-long initiative will run at The Dupont Circle in Washington D.C on Tuesday, March 8th, 2022, and at The Marylebone in London, The Bristol in Bristol, The Westbury in Dublin, and The River Lee in Cork.
We've all been there, whether working within a big international company or as an entrepreneur building a business, securing a professional profile shot can fall to the wayside. Now you can stop making excuses, as The Doyle Collection is inviting women to book a slot with a professional female photographer, who will ensure they are comfortable within the stylish hotel surroundings. Each guest will be provided with a digital headshot that can be used as a valuable marketing tool – whether it be for website, social media, LinkedIn profiles, or press outreach.
For dates, times, and booking, click below:
The Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., USA
The Marylebone, London, England
The Bristol, Bristol, England
The Westbury, Dublin, Ireland
The River Lee, Cork, Ireland
The initiative is proudly supported by The Doyle Collection’s Chairman, Bernie (Bernadette) Gallagher, daughter of the group’s founder, PV Doyle. Mrs. Gallagher leads the family-owned hospitality group and is determined to empower the next generation of international businesswomen.
"International Women’s Day is an opportunity for us to celebrate the incredible women around the world who continue to strive in business at all levels., says Bernie. "Our headshot initiative aims to uplift women, providing them with truly useful tools to assist their continued successes. We are delighted to be able to support female founders, women in business, entrepreneurs, and those in the creative industries in Ireland, the UK, and Washington D.C."