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06 March 2015

AIB Customers clean up at the SFA National Small Business Awards 2015

Posted By: AIB Business

AIB customers enjoyed a fantastic night at the SFA National Small Business Awards 2015 in the RDS on 4th March 2015, winning awards / commendations in all eight categories.

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

Category Winners

Business Name Category
Celtic Pure, Monaghan Manufacturing
Horizon, Mayo Services
Nugent Manufacturing, Kildare Energy & Environmental Sustainability
Topform, Galway Small Business Exporter of the Year





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

Business Name


Eight Degrees Brewing, Cork Food & Drink
Ventac, Kildare Innovator of the Year
Clubs to Hire, Dublin Small Business Exporter of the Year
Italian Tile & Stone, Dublin Outstanding Small Business

The SFA also recognised three AIB customers in the “Emerging New Business Category”:

Business Name

TenderScout, Clare Food & Drink
Herdwatch, Tipperary Innovator of the Year
Dúnmasc Genetics, Laois Small Business Exporter of the Year

Now in its 11th 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 recognises success, innovation and progress in small firms across the country. It’s fantastic to see our customers getting the recognition they deserve and AIB is proud to back their hard work and entrepreneurial drive.”

For a full list of winners from the SFA National Small Business Award 2015, visit


See also:

SFA National Small Business Awards 2015: Finalists Showcase

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