NO FEE GUARANTEED IRISH

27/3/18 ***NO REPRO FEE*** Pictured are Brid O’Connell CEO of Guaranteed Irish, Paddy Kelly, Managing Director, Tegral Building Products, Yasmin Hyde, Managing Director, Ballymaloe Foods, Siobhan Kehoe, Business Development Manager, Rathbornes 1488, Michael Byrne, Matheson and Kevin Sheridan, Managing Director, Sheridan’s Cheesemongers as Guaranteed Irish calls on Government to get behind the Guaranteed Irish symbol and recognise significant contribution made by 300+ members to the Irish economy. Call made at ‘Meet Guaranteed Irish’ event which showcased ‘best in class’ Irish based businesses who say being Irish has added a competitive advantage to their operations – at home and abroad. Guaranteed Irish, the not-for-profit business membership organisation championing homegrown and international businesses operating in Ireland, is today calling on the Government to get behind the Guaranteed Irish symbol and recognise the significant contribution the 300+ member businesses make to the Irish economy, as well as Ireland’s international reputation both at home and abroad.Guaranteed Irish’ event which took place in Dublin today to mark the culmination of the very successful inaugural Guaranteed Irish Month, which ran for the month of March. Representatives from a range of multinational and indigenous member companies including Tegral Building Products, Matheson and Ballymaloe Foods were at the event today to share their unique experiences of export markets and how being Irish has added a competitive advantage to their business – at home and abroad. Pic: Marc O’Sullivan

27/3/18 ***NO REPRO FEE*** Pictured are Brid O’Connell CEO of Guaranteed Irish, Paddy Kelly, Managing Director, Tegral Building Products, Yasmin Hyde, Managing Director, Ballymaloe Foods, Siobhan Kehoe, Business Development Manager, Rathbornes 1488, Michael Byrne, Matheson and Kevin Sheridan, Managing Director, Sheridan’s Cheesemongers as Guaranteed Irish calls on Government to get behind the Guaranteed Irish symbol and recognise significant contribution made by 300+ members to the Irish economy. Call made at ‘Meet Guaranteed Irish’ event which showcased ‘best in class’ Irish based businesses who say being Irish has added a competitive advantage to their operations – at home and abroad. Guaranteed Irish, the not-for-profit business membership organisation championing homegrown and international businesses operating in Ireland, is today calling on the Government to get behind the Guaranteed Irish symbol and recognise the significant contribution the 300+ member businesses make to the Irish economy, as well as Ireland’s international reputation both at home and abroad.Guaranteed Irish’ event which took place in Dublin today to mark the culmination of the very successful inaugural Guaranteed Irish Month, which ran for the month of March. Representatives from a range of multinational and indigenous member companies including Tegral Building Products, Matheson and Ballymaloe Foods were at the event today to share their unique experiences of export markets and how being Irish has added a competitive advantage to their business – at home and abroad. Pic: Marc O’Sullivan