Membership of Guaranteed Irish gives you exclusive access to a range of Guaranteed Irish events. These include practical, hands-on workshops with industry experts about issues directly affecting your business, such as next week’s masterclass on HR and employment law, ‘Safeguarding your Business’ in partnership with Peninsula Ireland, taking place at 8.30am Tuesday, 12th September at our offices at 1 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. If you haven’t already, you can register for free here now!
We also open up our events to non-members, and at next week’s masterclass, we’re introducing a new element to the event – ‘Guaranteed Irish’s Perfect Pitch’. Two companies have been given the opportunity to deliver their business pitch in two minutes in front of attendees, and both of them will feature in our digital marketing campaign.
We’re shining a spotlight on our participating companies, and first up is Guaranteed Irish member, Platinum & Diamond.
Founded in 2011 by Galway native Jason McGarry, Platinum and Diamond manufactures a range of sports nutrition, weight management and health supplements. Jason believes premium sports nutrition is for everyone and should not cost the earth. He and his team work closely with high level athletes and coaches from various sporting backgrounds; who provide feedback to aid in their product development. Last year, Platinum and Diamond were confirmed as the official sports nutrition partner for the Galway GAA footballing and hurling teams.
Find out more about Platinum and Diamond on their website here, and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
Also presenting their pitch next week will be UniBrowse.
UniBrowse was founded by college friends Alan O’Beirne, Kenneth Casey, Walter Holohan and Niall Cronin as an online search engine that makes it easier for school students to find college courses. It launched in Ireland in December 2016. Now, the company is expanding to Australia, with plans to launch in the UK and USA in the coming months. Co-founders Walter Holohan and Niall Cronin have recently relocated to Australia to oversee operations there.