Digital Business Ireland, the country’s largest representative body for digital and online businesses and leading financial service provider, permanent tsb, have today announced the finalists in the National Digital Awards 2022. This third iteration of the Awards, and the most subscribed to yet – with more than 500 businesses, people, organisations and tech hubs from across Ireland, making a submission.
Sponsored by Permanent TSB, the Awards series will showcase the very best and brightest in digital, while also rewarding businesses, organisations and innovators in the digital commerce sector
Digital Business Ireland, the voice of the digital commerce sector, and one of the country’s leading financial service providers Permanent TSB, have today announced the finalists in the National Digital Awards 2021. With the second iteration launched in October, the Awards recognise the very best of digital in Ireland and reward businesses, people and innovations
Digital Business Ireland, the voice of the digital commerce sector, and one of the country’s leading financial service providers Permanent TSB, have today announced the finalists in the National Digital Awards 2021. With the second iteration launched in October, the Awards recognise the very best of digital in Ireland and reward businesses, people and innovations
Digital Business Ireland, the voice of the digital commerce sector, and one of the country’s leading financial service providers, Permanent TSB, have announced the launch of their annual National Digital Awards - following on from the success of the inaugural Awards programme last year. Spanning 19 categories, the Awards will recognise the very best in digital and will reward innovators across a range of sectors - all of whom have demonstrated the power of digital enterprise. Entries to the Awards open today (October 4th).
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