As this is a stressful time for businesses it's important to know what support and funding are available for businesses within the Ring of Cork and elsewhere in Ireland during the Covid-19 outbreak. Failte Ireland has prepared some guidelines. Last updated March 25th...
The Cork County Business & Tourism Awards are an excellent opportunity for Ring Of Cork businesses to showcase themselves and earn recognition as well as exposure.
The inaugural Cork County Business & Tourism Awards – a new initiative designed to celebrate and recognise excellence in business and tourism across the region – launched recently. The awards scheme has been created by Cork County Council in association with AIB and the East Cork Journal.
The awards span eleven categories including Best New Business, Best Customer Service, Most Innovative/Unique Business, Best Use of Digital and Best Tourism Experience. For a full list of categories visit the Cork Business & Tourism Awards website.
Benefits of the awards include:
A great way to raise your company’s profile.
A great way to team build by recognising & celebrating the hard work of your employees.
A great marketing and PR opportunity if you’re shortlisted, become a category winner or even win the overall Business of the Year award in your region.
Entry to the awards is free of charge and businesses are invited to enter a maximum of 2 of the 11 categories. Entries don’t need to be lengthy – focus on your story, why you are successful, what makes your business different & better than your competitors, and only include relevant & necessary information – don’t be shy, make sure you sell your business to the judges!
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