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Ireland France Business Awards Ceremony 2021

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The 2021 edition of the Ireland France Business Awards cermony took place in Dublin on November 25th.

The Ireland France Business Awards ceremony took place on November 25th in the very elegant surroundings of the Intercontinental Hotel in Dublin.  Despite the exceptional measures put in place to minimise any covid-related risks, nothing took away from the extremely positive and celebratory atmosphere of the event which not only shone the spotlight on the individual companies which are making a noteworthy contribution to Franco-Irish trade but also on the growing strength of the business relationship in general between our two countries.

We were honoured to welcome An Taoiseach, Mr. Michael Martin, whose keynote speech made reference to the increasing strength of Franco-Irish ties in the wake of Brexit. This was also reflected in the address made by Minister Franck Riester who mentioned joint projects such as the Celtic Interconnector which are linking our two countries even more.

L to R Minister Franck Riester, Mr. Richard Dujardin, Ambassador Vincent Guerin, Ambassador Patricia O'Brien, Ms. Margot Slattery, An Taoiseach Mr. Michael Martin.

ICON won the Best Irish Company in France Award ahead of shortlisted nominees Approach People Recruitment and Taxback International.

L to R Minister Franck Roester, Ms. Nuala Murphy, President of Global Speciality Solutions at ICON, An Taoiseach Mr. Michael Martin

Transitions Optical won the Best French Company in Ireland Award ahead of shortlisted nominees Veolia and DPD.

L to R Minister Franck Roester, Mr. Brian O'Neill, Global Vice-President, Innovation, Technology and Operations at Transitions Optical , An Taoiseach Mr. Michael Martin

Selio Medical won the Franco-Irish Business Rising Star Award ahead of shortlisted nominees Hyde Irish Whiskey and 01 Accounting Services.

L to R Minister Franck Roester, Mr. Colm McGarvey, CEO at Selio Medical, An Taoiseach Mr. Michael Martin

We are already looking forward to the 2022 edition which will take place in Paris! Should you like any further information on the winners of Ireland France Business Awards 2021 or on the awards themselves please contact us at admin@networkirlande.com.

 

Photos by Barry Dillon.

 

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