News IADT Entrepreneurs Shortlisted for National Entrepreneurial Awards
The IADT nominees are:
Grace O’Sullivan and Ellen Weber, Year 4 Students
Business: Glitz n’Pieces
Award: Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur – ‘Best Start-up Business’ - South Dublin.
Nicki Hoyne, Graduate
Business: My Shining Armour
Award: IMAGE Businesswoman Of The Year Awards 2016 – Start-Up category.
"The practical experience I learnt at IADT have been invaluable and definitely stood to me more than a traditional university education would have. To this day (9 years after I graduated) I still feel part of the IADT community. It is so encouraging as an entrepreneur to have lecturers, past pupils and current students rooting for you to succeed. It is a credit to the Institute." Nicki Hoyne.
Eoin Dixon Murphy, Graduate
Award: Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur - ‘Best Start-up Business’ - Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at IADT. From studying, socialising and making great new contacts, I truly believe IADT has been a huge contributing factor to my entrepreneurial success to date.
My digital marketing agency Craft Digital was shortlisted for Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur - Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Craft Digital is a digital marketing agency that focuses on the craft beer and artisan food movement in Ireland. My journey throughout the IBYE competition was really worthwhile and I would highly recommend getting involved.” Eoin Dixon Murphy.
Pauline Fitzgerald, Graduate
Business: Woof Stuff
Award: 'Agribusiness of the Year - Emerging' category.