Enterprise Equity sponsors ‘Technology Personality of the Year’ AwardEnterprise Equity is delighted to be associated with Northern Ireland’s new business awards The UTV Business Eye Awards - through its sponsorship of the 'Technology Personality of the Year’ category.
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Northern Ireland is to get brand new and exciting awards aimed at recognising our top business achievers.
Business Eye is joining forces with UTV to launch brand new Business Awards for Northern Ireland in association with Bank of Scotland (Ireland).
The very first awards night is planned for 4th October, 2007, at the Culloden Hotel.
Firmly people-based and pitched at the entire local business community, the awards will honour Northern Ireland’s Business Personality of the Year, Company of the Year and a wide-ranging number of specialist categories.
Hundreds of entries are anticipated across the 14 different categories and the winners in each case will be chosen by a panel of judges including UTV’s Business Correspondent Jamie Delargy, Business Eye Editor Richard Buckley as well as leading local business journalists.
“We’re very aware that Northern Ireland has a lot of different awards, but the unique combination of Business Eye, UTV and our main sponsors Bank of Scotland (Ireland) will help make the new awards quite unique and distinctive,” says Brenda Buckley, Publisher of Business Eye.
“We’re already planning what will be a memorable awards night in October, and we’ve a comprehensive build-up programme ready to go between ourselves and our partners at UTV and U105.”
A number of category sponsors have already signed up for the UTV Business Eye Awards in association with Bank of Scotland (Ireland).
They include Enterprise Equity, Vodafone, BDO Stoy Hayward, Northgate Information Systems, Royal Mail, Tughans Solicitors, C&C Holywood & Donnelly and Tourism Ireland.
UTV’s Head of Television, Michael Wilson, said:
“We are delighted to backing these awards which will reflect the optimism and new business climate here. UTV recognises that Northern Ireland needs a thriving business community to invigorate the economy.
“The best practice and best companies will be acknowledged in the awards and we look forward to giving these companies coverage on UTV.”
Hugh Donnelly, Regional Director of Bank of Scotland (Ireland), says that the bank is delighted to be associated with the new awards.
“There are plenty of high achieving individuals and companies around Northern Ireland and they don’t get the recognition they deserve.
“Bank of Scotland (Ireland) is delighted to be partnering both Business Eye and UTV to deliver business awards which will set new benchmarks in terms of quality and award winners.”<< BACK