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Irish Franchise Awards 2015 finalists announced

Written by Robert McHugh, on 6th Mar 2015. Posted in Ireland

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The finalists of the Irish Franchise Awards 2015 were announced today.

The awards will be celebrating there their 20th anniversary this year, one of the longest running business award ceremonies in Ireland. The awards aim to recognise excellence in franchising and reward outstanding achievements of businesses and individuals in the franchise industry.

The awards categories represent both retail and service industries across thirteen categories. Finalists include Eddie Rockets, Supermacs, The Zipyard, Tax Assist, Home Instead, Kendlebell, Chem-Dry, Sasta, Techcare, Rockets, thebestof, Right at Home, Energie, Fastway Couriers Ireland, Jymka, Snap, O'Brien's Sandwich Bars, Butler's Chocolate Cafe, Apache Pizza, Esquires Coffee, McDonald's and Card Connection. 

The awards will take place at the Clyde Court Hotel in Ballsbridge on Friday March 27th 2015. The judging panel for the 2015 Irish Franchise Awards include Newstalk Business Presenter and former Irish Dragon Bobby Kerr; Orla Nugent, Director Executive MBA, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School; Greg Swift, head of enterprise at Dublin Local Enterprise Office; Michael Bradley, former CEO of the Irish Franchise Association and Paul Cooke, CEO of the Sunday Business Post.

Chairman of the Irish Franchise Association, David Killeen said, "The awards are an opportunity for us to formally acknowledge the excellent work being done by all franchise practitioners in growing the sector, consolidating existing businesses and contributing significant new sustainable jobs. We look forward with excitement to sharing the results of the current all-Ireland Franchise Survey underway in partnership with AIB. I'd like to personally thank all entrants to the awards and wish all of the finalists the very best of luck."

For more visit: www.businessworld.ie 

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