Sunday 19 November 2017

14 Irish in running for European Business Awards

ON THE ROAD: Sean Gallagher with the CEO or 'high king' of Paddywagon Tours Cathal O'Connell. Photo: David Conachy
ON THE ROAD: Sean Gallagher with the CEO or 'high king' of Paddywagon Tours Cathal O'Connell. Photo: David Conachy
Colm Kelpie

Colm Kelpie

FOURTEEN Irish organisations are competing for a prestigious European Business Award.

Open to organisations of all sizes and from any industry sector, the European Business Awards recognises and rewards excellence, best practice and innovation in companies across the European Union.

ESB, Irish Dairy Board, IT company Agile Networks, Paddywagon Tours, the Royal College of Surgeons and the City Bin Company are among those competing for the award.

A video from each National Champion, telling the story of the company’s business and its successes, has been posted online on the European Business Awards website.

The videos can be viewed and voted on until January 2.

The National Public Champion in each country will be the company that receives the highest number of public votes.

On 14 January, the video with the highest number of votes for each country, will be announced as a National Public Champion, and will then go forward to compete in a second round of public voting to find one European Public Champion, the company with the highest number of public votes overall.

This second round of voting ends on 25 March 2014.

The business awards have a range of sponsors including UK Trade and Investment and BP.

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