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Carten Controls was named Overall Waterford Business of the Year at the Waterford Business Awards today, Friday, November 17th by Mayor of Waterford City & County, Cllr Joe Conway, during a gala awards dinner at the Tower Hotel. Carten Controls is a global leader in the design and manufacture of ultra-high-purity and high-performance valves and have been providing expert media-delivery solutions to firms in the tech, pharmaceutical and energy industries for more than 40 years. The Waterford Business
Excitement is building across the city and county as a host of Waterford’s top businesses go head to head at the tenth annual Waterford Business Awards on Friday, November 17th in the Tower Hotel. Organisers Waterford Chamber have joined forces again with partners WLR and Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber for the gala awards ceremony which will see 10 category winners, a Judges Special Recognition Award, an Entrepreneur of the Year Award and an Overall Waterford Business of the Year
A host of Waterford’s top businesses have been shortlisted for the tenth annual Waterford Business Awards. Organisers Waterford Chamber have joined forces again with Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber with support from Waterford City & County Council and WLR for the gala awards ceremony which will take place in the Tower Hotel on Friday, November 17th. Speaking about the awards, Waterford Chamber President Niall Harrington said, “Congratulations to all the businesses who have been shortlisted, what a
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Applications are now being sought for the Waterford Business Awards, which are organized by Waterford Chamber, in collaboration with Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber, with support from Waterford City & County Council and WLR. The awards are open to any business in Waterford and with 13 categories, there is something for everyone. According to Paul Nolan, Waterford Chamber President, “Thanks to the much appreciated feedback from our membership, we are delighted to announce a number of new
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In a change to previous years, entries are being accepted for the 2023 Waterford Business Awards from August 21st with the gala awards ceremony now taking place on November 17th. The awards are designed to recognize excellence in business across Waterford City & County and are organised by Waterford Chamber, in collaboration with Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber, with support from Waterford City & County Council and WLR. Launching the awards, Waterford Chamber President, Paul Nolan said, “This year we
Waterford Chamber has been shortlisted for six Chambers Ireland Awards and the category winners will be announced at a gala event on June 1st. The awards will be presented for excellence in eight individual categories with one Chamber also taking home the award for Chamber of the Year 2022, the title which was held by Waterford Chamber in 2021. According to Waterford Chamber CEO Gerald Hurley, “This is testament to the hard-work and commitment of the team and I am delighted to see our work recognised in
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Haleon was named Overall Waterford Business of the Year at the Waterford Business Awards today, Friday, February 24th by Mayor of Waterford City & County, Cllr John O’Leary, during a gala awards dinner at Faithlegg. Haleon, launched as a new global Consumer Healthcare business in July 2022, also picked up the Business of the Year (150+ employees) award. Haleon employs over 22,000 people globally and has a network of 24 sites, of which Dungarvan is one of the largest, employing over 900 people. The
A host of Waterford’s top businesses have been shortlisted for the ninth annual Waterford Business Awards. Organisers Waterford Chamber have joined forces again with partners WLR and Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber for the gala awards ceremony which will take place in Faithlegg on Friday, February 24th. Speaking about the awards, Waterford Chamber President Paul Nolan said, “The past number of years have been unprecedented and tough on our business community, so the awards will give us the opportunity
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