TOTAL OF 44 PROJECTS SHORTLISTED FOR CHAMBER AWARDS 2024

May 3, 2024 | Nationwide News

The finalists for the 2024 Chamber Awards have been announced, with 44 projects shortlisted across eight award categories, to showcase innovative communications campaigns, successful events, sustainable development initiatives, and creative collaborations between companies, local authorities and wider communities.

Chambers Ireland President, Fiona Candon, said: The calibre of entries this year has been incredibly high. Chambers across the country are strong, vocal advocates for the businesses and communities they represent, and they contribute significantly to the overall growth and economic prosperity of the regions they serve.  The projects shortlisted demonstrate this focus on business advocacy, community spirit and willingness to collaborate.”

Joe Creegan, Head of Corporate Life and Pensions Ireland from Zurich (awards sponsor) said: “Zurich is proud to support the annual Chamber Awards once again. Congratulations to all the hardworking members of the Chamber network for their exceptional dedication and resilience shown over the past year. The Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the remarkable and innovative initiatives that have made a significant impact in our local communities, and we are delighted to support that effort across the country.”

The Chamber Awards take place on Thursday 6 June in the Killashee Hotel, Co. Kildare. The winners of each category will be announced at the awards ceremony and the event will also award the overall prize of ‘Chamber of the Year’ to one outstanding Chamber.

Click here for the list of projects shortlisted for Chambers Awards 2024.

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