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Kemmy Business School has been named Best Business School in Ireland 2016 at the InBUSINESS Recognition Awards held in Dublin on Monday.
Hosted by Newstalk’s Vincent Wall each winner had the opportunity to address the audience to give some further insights to their business as they received their award.
Winners of the InBUSINESS Recognition Awards were chosen across 22 categories based on the broad criteria of growth, profile of business, range of services and customer care.
The ‘Company of the Year Award’ was presented to Vodafone Ireland. Julie Sinnamon of Enterprise Ireland was named ‘Businesswoman of the Year’, while Joe Barrett of Applegreen was named the ‘Businessman of the Year’.
Professor Sheila Killian, Assistant Dean of the Kemmy Business School collected the Best Business School Award on behalf of the school.
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