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Limerick Chamber announces details for the President's Dinner incorporating the 2023 Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards Limerick Chamber announces details for the President's Dinner incorporating the 2023 Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards

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Limerick Chamber Announces unmissable President’s Dinner and Regional Business Awards 2023

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Dee Ryan, CEO Limerick Chamber, Liam Brown, TUS, Miriam O’Connor, President Limerick Chamber and Damien Garrihy, AIB pictured at the launch of Limerick Chamber Presidents Dinner – Sponsored by AIB and 2023 Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards – Sponsored by TUS which took place at Limerick Chamber, 96 O’Connell St, Limerick.

Limerick Chamber announces details for the President’s Dinner incorporating the 2023 Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards

Limerick Chamber, the largest business representative body in the Mid-West is today announcing details for the most anticipated business event of the year, the Limerick Chamber President’s Dinner, sponsored by AIB, incorporating the esteemed Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards, proudly sponsored by TUS.

This signature event draws a crowd of over 400 distinguished guests and will take place on Friday the 17th of November at the Limerick Strand Hotel.

Gathering for the announcement this week Limerick Chamber President, Miriam O’Connor reflected on the purpose of the event.


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“The President’s Dinner, sponsored by AIB, is a celebration of achievements within the regional business community throughout the year and the work being undertaken by Limerick Chamber to support member’s ambition. During the evening I will be announcing the recipient of this year’s Presidents Award, honouring a person who embodies the spirit of the business community and who has had a significant impact on Limerick the Mid-West. 

Traditionally the identity of the President’s Award recipient remains top secret until the reveal on-stage, however I can say that this year’s honouree is highly accomplished, recognised nationally for their leadership ability, incredibly passionate about the team they lead and has had a tremendous impact on the entire Mid-West.”

AIB regional head of Business Banking Limerick and Clare, Damien Garrihy said.

“AIB is proud to be SME partner for Limerick Chamber and to partner with the Chamber team to bring forward high-value events for businesses  throughout the year, none more highly anticipated than the Presidents Dinner”.

A highlight of the evening on the 17th of November will be the annual Regional Business Awards, proudly sponsored by TUS.  The Regional Business Awards recognise the achievements of a wide range of businesses across various categories, with an expected 20 finalists battling it out to take home the prestigious category awards, made possible through the sponsorship and support of Limerick City and County Council, BDO Limerick, EY, Holmes LLP, The Shannon Airport Group, AIB, Limerick Chamber Skillnet, and Northern Trust.

One of the evening’s most coveted accolades is the Overall Business of the Year award, which is presented to the company with the most compelling application, as determined by our panel of independent judges from the pool of entries into the 2023 Regional Business Awards.

President of TUS, Professor Vincent Cunnane said:

“We are excited to partner with Limerick Chamber for the 13th year to bring together the region’s business leaders, innovators, and changemakers for a night of celebration and recognition. Regional Business Awards highlight the vibrant entrepreneurial spirit and ability of the companies within the Mid-West.”

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