Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards 2019 launched to honour excellence and innovation in business 

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From Left to Right: Pictured at the launch of Limerick Chamber President Awards were Natalie Lyne, BDO, Eamonn Gardiner, Limerick Chamber Skillnet , Catherine Duffy, Northern Trust, Eamonn Ryan, LEO – Limerick Council , Eoin Ryan, Limerick Chamber President / HLBMGR, Mary Larkin, Director / LDCR, Mary Considine, Acting CEO Shannon Group, Deirdre Ryan, CEO Limerick Chamber, Gillian Barry, LIT, Caroline Long, CEO / LDCR, Kieran Considine, AIB, Cathal Treacy, Deloitte, Kathryn Dalton, LDCU, Neil O’Gorman, HOMS. Picture: Morning Star Photography.

Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards 2019 launched to honour excellence and innovation in business 

The Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards 2019 in association with awards sponsor LIT were launched on Tuesday, June 25 at the Castletroy Park hotel to honour excellence and innovation in business in the Mid West. 

The Awards celebrate the success of companies based in Tipperary, Clare and Limerick and recognise their vital contribution to the national economy. 

“I’m excited to see who throws their hat in the ring this year – from engaging with companies over the past 12 months I can tell you that there are a number of incredible success stories in the region so I expect competition to be steep” Dee Ryan, Limerick Chamber CEO commented 

Seven awards categories were announced for the event which is due to take place in November in Limerick.  They include: 

  •  Best Emerging Business 2019, sponsored by LIT and Limerick City & Council 
  • Best SME: Contribution to the Region 2019, sponsored by AIB 
  • Best Large Business: Contribution to the Region 2019, sponsored by HOMS 
  • Best CSR: Contribution to the Region 2019, sponsored by Deloitte 
  • Best Retail and Hospitality 2019, sponsored by BDO 
  • Best Not for Profit 2019, sponsored by Northern Trust 
  • Best Employer 2019, sponsored by Limerick Chamber Skillnets 

Speaking on behalf of LIT who are the overall Regional Business Awards Sponsors – Vincent Cunnane said: 

Limerick Chamber Awards

From Left to Right: Pictured at the launch of Limerick Chamber President Awards were Eoin Ryan, Limerick Chamber President / HLBMGR, Mary Considine, Acting CEO Shannon Group, Deirdre Ryan, CEO Limerick Chamber, Gillian Barry, LIT, and Kieran Considine, AIB. Pictures: Morning Star Photography.

“We in LIT view ourselves as serving Limerick and the Mid West, and these awards are very important to us to because they are important for business the region.  I’d like to encourage businesses to put themselves forward for these awards, it is really important that the great work done by companies is recognised.” 

Eoin Ryan, Limerick Chamber President commented, “The Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards are a highlight of the business calendar for the Mid West. We are delighted to again have LIT as the lead sponsor this year and to have so many great individual award sponsors. 

Media sponsors, Limerick Leader and Limerick’s Live 95FM are on board again for 2019 and will be profiling shortlisted companies in the run-up to the awards night. 

For the second year in a row, the independent Judging Panel will be chaired by Anne Heraty, of CPL, who also Chairs the judging panel for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. 

“It’s very important to us that companies, who put considerable effort into their entries, are aware of the scrutiny and high standard that applications are subjected to, and of the time and work that goes into the judging. We are very grateful to our independent, accomplished industry leaders who assess applications and adjudicate on category winners.”  Dee Ryan, Limerick Chamber. 

The Awards are open to businesses in Limerick, Clare, Tipperary, North Cork and North Kerry; entries welcome from members and non-members alike. 

The closing date for entries is Friday 6th September 2019 and those interested in finding out more should contract Limerick Chamber Events Manager, Caoimhe Moloney, on 061-217607 or email [email protected]. 

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