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06 March 2014

AIB Customer Wins Overall SFA National Small Business Award 2014

Posted By: AIB Business
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Keohane Seafoods won the Overall SFA National Small Business Award 2014 at a gala event at Trinity College on Thursday 6th March.

AIB customer Keohane Seafoods is a Cork-based family-run business. Set up by father and son Michael and Colman Keohane in 2010, the company was the first in Europe to produce a microwavable skin-filmed seafood range from frozen. They currently employ 45 staff, supply all the major retail outlets in Ireland, and have recently secured a deal with Tesco UK.
 

We would like to congratulate Keohane Seafoods and all our customers who won in the following categories:

Overall Winner

Business Name

Category

Keohane Seafoods, Cork

Overall Winner

Category Winners

Business Name

Category

Laois Sawmills Limited, Laois

Manufacturing

Keohane Seafoods, Cork

Food & Drink

Monaghan Music & Piano Centre, Monaghan

Outstanding Small Business

 

A number of AIB customers were also Highly Commended in the following categories:

Business Name

Category

The Blessington Bookstore and Coffee Shop, Wicklow

Outstanding Small Business

VOYA, Sligo

Energy & Environmental Sustainability

Ireland’s Eye Knitwear, Dublin

Small Business Exporter of the Year

Now in its tenth year, the SFA National Small Business Awards celebrate achievement, innovation and excellence in small Irish businesses.
 

Speaking at the awards ceremony, Ken Burke (Head of AIB Business Banking) said: “AIB is delighted to once again be the official banking partner to the SFA National Small Business Awards. It’s a key sponsorship for the bank and one that allows us to help recognise success, innovation and progress in small firms across the country.
 

“I’m really pleased to see our customers getting the recognition they deserve for their hard work and entrepreneurial drive, and their role in putting Ireland back on the road to economic recovery.”

 

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