There was a nice preview feature in the business section of today’s Irish Independent on next weeks finals of the National Enterprise Awards and the 32 companies from all over Ireland that are through to the Finals.
Please click on the article to read it.
The National Enterprise Awards are being held on Thursday (25th May) in The Mansion House, Dublin 1. In attendance will be the Taoiseach. Twelve awards will be presented including eight regional awards. The overall winner will receive €10,000 to invest in their business. It’s black tie, so are going to have to abandon our ‘no suits’ rule for the evening and be on best behaviour, but we are looking forward to it.
The Nationa Enterprise Awards focus on SMEs of 10 people or less that are deemed by Enterprise Ireland to have a lot of potential for success, particularly in the export market.
Greystones’s top head Paul Byrne of the ‘Greystones Guide’ doorstepped us again to poke his well used camera into Gordon O’Neill’s face to talk about winning the Wicklow Local Enterprise Awards. Which we won by the way…..
Winners announced at County Enterprise Awards 2017 – ‘Goldfish’ wins Award in Wicklow!
Local Enterprise Office confirms name of company that will represent Wicklow at National Enterprise Awards in May
Golfish’s CEO Gordon O’Neill with his beautiful ‘trophy’ by Wicklow artist Magda Bethani
Goldfish Telecoms Ltd., based in Greystones, were the winners at this year’s County Enterprise Awards, organised by Local Enterprise Office Wicklow to celebrate Local Enterprise Week.
The cash prize of €2,000 went to Gordon O’Neill, CEO and founder of Goldfish Telecoms, who will represent the County Wicklow at the annual National Enterprise Awards in Dublin this May. Gordon also received a beautiful trophy, designed and made by Newtownmountkennedy- based ceramic artist, Magda Bethani.
Goldfish Telecoms was founded in tough times, in 2010. Despite that, this company now competes internationally in the challenging telecoms industry. Based in Greystones, this eight person team, has managed to secure blue-chip customers, as far afield as East Asia, to whom they supply ‘V.O.I.P.’ telephone systems and contact-centre management solutions. All of their technology is developed in-house.