Mazars sponsors Invest in Ireland Awards

Mazars is delighted to be partnering with the 2024 Invest in Ireland Awards and is sponsoring the Best Regional Investment category. This category rewards excellence in FDI activity that takes place outside of the two major FDI hubs in the Republic of Ireland (Dublin City and Cork City).

Now in their fourth year, the Invest in Ireland Awards recognise and highlight the positive contribution that FDI companies make to the Irish economy and community.

Ireland has an outstanding track record for attracting Foreign Direct Investment over the last 50 years, bringing established companies, large and small to Ireland, and Mazars in Ireland is proud of the role it plays in supporting companies investing in Ireland. 

Commenting on the awards, IDA Ireland CEO Michael Lohan said, “The Invest in Ireland Awards recognise the contribution of the FDI sector to the Irish economy and society, not only through investment and job creation but also through integration into the community and the fabric of Irish life. IDA Ireland is pleased to once again support the awards in 2024.”

Hilary Larkin, Partner and Head of Outsourcingat Mazars added, “Mazars is proud of its track record in advising and supporting companies looking to establish a presence in Ireland. Engaging a trusted advisor  is critical to navigating the complexities around setting up and running a business in  Ireland.”

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At the launch of the 2024 Invest in Ireland Awards at IDA Ireland Headquarters yesterday were (L-R): Emma Doherty, Partner, Matheson LLP; Peter Squires, Managing Director, Vistra Ireland; Siobhan Gahan, Global Lead FDI, VHI; Michael Lohan, CEO, IDA Ireland; Hilary Larkin, Partner and Head of Outsourcing, Mazars; Stephen Mullin, Director of Business Development, CPL Ireland.

Invest in Ireland Awards 2024

The Invest in Ireland Awards are a great way to demonstrate your organisations commitment to Ireland in the broadest sense and to communicate this to your staff, your customers and your partners.

Closing date for entry in mid-February 2024 and the awards will take place in the Round Room at the Mansion House on 7 March 2024.

There are 11 categories to enter, including:

  • Best Regional Investment
  • Best Early Stage FDI Business
  • Best Established FDI Business
  • The Commitment to Sustainability Award
  • The Commitment to Diversity Award
  • Best CSR Initiative

Who can enter?

The awards are open to overseas owned, internationally trading manufacturing and services companies operating in the Republic of Ireland.

Entry cost

Entry to the Invest in Ireland Awards is free. There is no charge. Entries are accepted online via the Invest in Ireland Awards website.

Judging process

The awards are judged by a panel of FDI experts. The judges will use the same criteria to judge the entries as are given to the entrants.

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