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Entry deadline extended for Maritime Industry Awards 2015

Posted: April 16, 2015

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There is Still Time to Enter .Deadline Extended to Thursday 23rd April


April 16th, 2015




There have been high levels of interest in the Maritime Industry Awards, we have therefore decided to extend the deadline to Thursday 23rd April. This means you now have more time to fully perfect your entry, with the awards taking place on 18th June at the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4.It could be your year! Don’t let competitors walk away with your award.Taking place under the patronage of the National Maritime College of Ireland, the awards promise to be the premier event in the maritime calendar, recognising and celebrating the companies and individuals demonstrating excellence, innovation and originality across the maritime sector, including: 

Manufacturing | Port Operations | Logistics | Commercial Excellence | Innovation | Tourism & Leisure | Sustainability | Aquaculture | Education & Training and many more!


Want an idea of what to expect? Click here for some videos and photos from our other award shows, including the Irish Logistics & Transport Awards and Aviation Industry Awards.

What are you waiting for? There is no charge to enter so you have nothing to lose!


Why You Should Enter The Awards:

  1. Win new business – being a finalist certifies excellence and proves to clients that you are an industry leader.
  2. National exposure – let the industry know who’s top of their game. Shortlisted entrants and winners will have their profiles raised and will receive national coverage in the Irish Independent. Winners will also be part of the picture editorial in the Irish Independent.
  3. Get your work in front of top industry names, including our judges who are made up of the industry’s most influential thinkers and doers.
  4. Network – make valuable contacts and network with other industry professionals and colleagues new and old.






.  Sponsoring The Awards 

We are delighted to welcome on board Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) as sponsors to this year’s awards. BIM, the Seafood Development Agency, provides a range of development, training, business and innovation services to the industry.


Have you thought about being a sponsor? Sponsorship has been proven over the years to help companies meet their business objectives in developing business contacts, brand visibility and strong market position. The awards program opens doors for all types of companies and can ultimately win you new business. Click here for more information.


There are options for all budgets, so to find out more about sponsoring the Maritime Industry Awards, please contact Kevin O’Driscoll on 01 407 0594 or email Kevin at




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