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Thursday 20 June 2019

K&K Windows named family business of the year at ceremony in Croke Park

Family members, staff and management at K&K Windows in Craanford with their award for being the All-Star Family Business of the year
Family members, staff and management at K&K Windows in Craanford with their award for being the All-Star Family Business of the year

The fifth annual All-Star Business Awards saw K&K windows, which is based in Craanford come out on top winning the Family Business award, during a ceremony held in Croke Park.

The judges said that family businesses and family and medium enterprises were critical to the Irish economy.

'Submissions captured the hard work, dedication and ability of entrepreneurs to build alliances to achieve growth and demonstrated that SMEs are the small giants of the Irish economy,' said Vice-President of the European Parliament, Mairead McGuinness MEP, who presented the award to K&K Windows.

The team at K&K said that they are very proud of the achievement and delighted with the continued support from everyone, and that a great night was had at the ceremony in Dublin.

'This accreditation is an outstanding achievement and recognises the hard work and dedication of our team in providing a best in class service to all our customers,' said Caoimhe Kenny of K&K Windows.

The team were also nominated for Manufacturing Business 2019.

The All-Ireland Business Foundation is the national body responsible for identifying and accrediting Irish businesses who are best in class as Business All-Stars, and achieving this accreditation is a known to be a powerful way to gain trust and raise the profile of your business.

The All-Ireland Business Foundation is responsible for overseeing both the All-Ireland Business Summit and All-Ireland Business awards, ongoing All-Star accreditation, thought leader awards and promoting peer dialogue among members.

The foundation offers accredited businesses the opportunity to engage in dialogue, collaboration and supports by forming part of the foundation's Register of Irish Business Excellence (TRIBE).

Those interested in the awards can register their interest in taking part, as the search is now on for the class for next year.

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