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Four time winner of Publisher of the Year in Ireland, Norah Casey is a well-known radio and television personality. Publisher of the top three best-selling women’s magazines in Ireland, Norah’s portfolio is diverse and includes online and traditional media businesses.
A former Dragon in the popular television series Dragons’ den, Broadcaster and publishing entrepreneur Norah Casey is a well-known radio and television personality. Until recently, she presented a weekly show, MindFeed, on Newstalk and her new television series, Norah’s Traveller Academy was aired on RTE in Spring 2015. She presented 13 episodes of The Takeover with RTE 2 – transforming business through staff mentorship. Her documentary titled Way to Go, exploring issues around death and the Irish, aired on RTE 1 in July 2014.
Norah is owner and Chairwoman of Ireland’s largest magazine publishing company, Harmonia, printing over four million magazines annually for the Irish, British and USA market and selling on average 2.6 million in the Irish market annually. She founded the company and was CEO until October 2013. Harmonia publishes the top three best-selling women’s magazines in Ireland – Irish Tatler, Woman’s Way and U Magazine – along with a range of lifestyle and consumer titles such as Woman’s Way, CookBook, Food&Wine Magazine, Irish Tatler Man, Ireland of the Welcomes and Auto Ireland.
Until July 2013, Norah was anchor of the successful daily radio Breakfast Show on Newstalk and co-hosted the Today show on RTE 1 every Friday during the 2012/2013 season. In 2013, she decided to leave the successful business entrepreneur show Dragons’ Den to pursue a full time career in radio and television. Her investment portfolio is diverse and includes online and traditional media businesses.
With a strong portfolio of brands and events from having run many successful publishing companies in London, Norah bought her own business, Harmonia, in 2004. A journalist and former nurse, Norah was awarded Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year 2007/8, and has been Ireland’s Publisher of the Year no fewer than four times. She has served on numerous boards, and is currently a member of the Press Council of Ireland, the London-based Women’s Irish Network and The International Women’s Forum.
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