Irish made businesses can benefit from a range of cool new resources
It’s been a tough year for Irish made businesses. But as the economy recovers, national initiatives are helping companies bounce back. Take a look at some of the new supports available to businesses in the coming months.
Guaranteed Irish Business Awards
Guaranteed Irish launched their inaugural Business Awards earlier this week. Along with RTÉ broadcaster, Richard Curran as MC, the team has partnered with Permanent TSB to deliver the awards. Most importantly, the ceremony is to take place in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin in March 2022. The Awards are set to celebrate trusted businesses, both homegrown and international, who support local and look global.
Design & Crafts Council Ireland has recently announced the return of Showcase. Essentially, the event is Ireland’s Creative Expo in Dublin, taking place from 23 – 26 January 2022. Showcase is one of the country’s largest trade shows, supported by Enterprise Ireland and the Local Enterprise Offices. Designers, manufacturers, and crafters alike will have the chance to exhibit collections and network. The showcase will take place in person in Dublin’s RDS.
Skillnet is committed to helping Irish businesses go even greener. Their Climate Ready initiative works to improve the sustainability practices of national companies. In other words, the group offers learning support, industry insights, and skill development to the country’s enterprises. Climate Ready is a five-year initiative, launched this year, that benefits over 1,000 businesses. In addition, Skillnet will invest €10 million between now and 2025 to support it.
With many opportunities for businesses to develop and flourish, the industry is booming across the country. Celebrating Irish made business is incredibly important, as is shopping local and showing your support.