Acorn Regulatory Shortlisted in 2019 County Tipperary Business Awards
Acorn Regulatory has been shortlisted for a County Tipperary Business Award for the third year in a row.
The company was the winner of the ‘Best SME‘ category at the inaugural awards in 2017. Last year, the company won the ‘Best Use of Social Media & Digital‘ award. This year, in 2019, the company has been shortlisted for ‘Best Service Provider‘ alongside:
- Campion Pumps
- Cantwell Electrical Engineering
Each year, shortlisted companies take part in a brief video explaining more about who they are and what they do. Last year, Brian Cleary took part. You can see the video below.
Dr. Gemma Robinson explained more about the company while taking part in the promotional video for the 2017 awards. You can watch it below.
The County Tipperary Business Awards ceremony will showcase the very best business talent throughout the county. The event is being hosted by County Tipperary Chamber of Commerce with the co-operation of Chambers in Cahir, Thurles, Cashel, Nenagh and Tipperary Town as well as the Mid-Western Business Network. Businesses of all sizes and types, operating in all segments of Tipperary commercial life, will have an opportunity to tell their story and be recognized for their positive contribution to the growth of Tipperary as a successful hub for commerce.
Acorn Regulatory has been an active member of the local business community for some time and has participated in an number of initiatives aside from the above mentioned awards. The company is also an active member of the County Tipperary Chamber of Commerce.
The 2019 County Tipperary Business Awards will take place at the Clonmel Park Hotel on the evening of October 18th 2019.
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