Ireland France Business Awards 2022 - Call for Applications - Deadline 16th September

Ireland France Business Awards 2022

NetworkIrlande and The France Ireland Chamber of Commerce are pleased to inform you of their collaboration once again this year on the Annual Business Awards, the Franco-Irish business Award recognising excellence in the economic relationship between France and Ireland.

The Awards will be made to companies selected by the Jury which will be chaired by Eoin Scott of Motherboard, and Treasurer / Secretary General of FICC. The Award winners will receive their awards during a Gala Dinner ceremony at the Ritz Paris on Thursday 24th November.

This is a great opportunity for you to nominate an organisation which you believe has been successful in promoting the expansion of trade and investment, together with the development of business links, between France and Ireland.

In recognition of the importance of the contribution of entrepreneurship to the development of trade between Ireland and France, the Jury have decided to dedicate an award again this year to SMEs and Entrepreneurs.  This award is called “Franco-Irish Business - Rising Star” .

Companies may also apply directly.

For your information, last year the winners of the Annual Business Awards 2022 were

·         Transitions Optical for Best French Company in Ireland 

·         ICON for Best Irish Company in France 

·         Selio Medical for Franco-Irish Business – Rising Star

You will find the links to the four documents below:

Please return the entry form, duly completed, by Friday 16th September at 12.00 noon to: Léa Biagi France Ireland Chamber of Commerce at info(@)

Kind regards,

Cliona McGowan                                                            Emer Shanley
Director                                                                            Manager and Development Officer

France Ireland Chamber of Commerce                   NetworkIrlande                                         

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