CHQ, Dogpatch, and Urban Brewing Awarded at 8th Docklands Business Awards, 2018
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe attended this year’s event and congratulated the winners and the Docklands Business Forum for all the good work they do in the area.
The Outstanding Achievement Awards was won by Neville Isdell for the remarkable reinvention of the historic CHQ Building.
The Award was accepted by Neville’s behalf by his brother Mervyn Greene.
The Top Innovator Award, sponsored by the Aspira was won by Deloitte EMEA Blockchain Lab.
The Exceptional Business and Development Award, sponsored by the CHQ Building, was won by Ballymore Oxley.
The Best Start Up Award, sponsored by the Local Enterprise Office at DCC, was won by Bamboo.
The Lifestyle Award, sponsored by BoConcept, was won by Dogpatch Labs.
The Responsible Business Award, sponsored by Dublin City Council’s Office, was won by Savvi Credit Union.
The Community Award, sponsored by Savvi Credit Union, was won by Dublin City FM.
The SME Award, sponsored by Google, was won by Alkamee.
The Tourism Award, sponsored by Fáilte Ireland, was won by Dublin Bay Cruises.
And finally, the Foodie Award, sponsored by Bord Bia, was won by Urban Brewing.
For more information, visit the Dublin Docklands Business Awards website here.