The National Digital Awards recognize excellence in digital business

The National Digital Awards event in Dublin brought together winners and runners-up from all 20 categories in the series.

TV personality Marietta Doran served as emcee for the coveted event.

As the ceremony progressed, guests heard from the event’s keynote speaker and ‘Digital Advocate of the Year’, Minister for Business, Employment and Retail Trade, Damien English TD, who commended the extraordinary efforts of businesses across the country to meet the daunting challenges of the past two years. Women in Digital award winner and newly appointed Chair of Digital Business Ireland, Ashley McDonnell also spoke at the luncheon, as did Permanent TSB’s head of corporate banking, Mags Brennan.

The event marked the first of an ambitious program of events set out by Digital Business Ireland for the coming year, culminating in the Digital Summit, taking place at the RDS on 14 September. The representative body is set to boost its in-person activities over the coming months as it aims to provide a range of networking opportunities to its 8,000 members.

Minister for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD, said: “I am committed to supporting the Irish SME community in their ongoing digital transformation agenda, to help them improve their experiences. customer.

Digital Business Ireland’s General Secretary, Lorraine Higgins, said: “It was wonderful to formally recognize the extraordinary achievements of so many businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs at our National Digital Awards celebration lunch. After two exceptionally challenging years for businesses across Ireland, it was fitting that we would take the opportunity to honor our winners and runners-up at Digital Business Ireland’s first in-person event since early 2020.”

Winners included: the Ludgate Hub, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Harvey Norman, Currys and EZ Living,

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