Spanning 20 categories, the annual series rewards businesses, people and organisations who have demonstrated excellence in digital.
Digital Business Ireland, the country’s dedicated representative body for the digital and e-commerce sector last Thursday February 3rd, announced the winners and runners-up of their annual National Digital Awards series. With leading brands such as ez Living, Harvey Norman, An Post, Pamela Scott and Currys being rewarded for their sterling efforts in the digital arena over 2021, it was Skibbereen’s Ludgate Hub who walked away with the prestigious National Business Hub of the Year Award.
This year, the Awards were held digitally and MC for the evening was national broadcaster, Jonathan Healy. The Awards spanned twenty categories, and attracted more than four hundred entries from businesses, people and organisations across Ireland.
Secretary General of Digital Business Ireland, Lorraine Higgins said: “We were truly delighted to recognise the tremendous achievements of so many businesses, organisations and the people who power them through our National Digital Awards programme. Given we received over four hundred entries to this year’s series, it is fair to say that our expert judging panel had a momentous task in selecting the winners and runners-up in each category. The talent, innovation, ambition and versatility that is evident throughout the digital sector in Ireland is simply extraordinary and should be a source of great national pride among all of us”.
The ‘Business Hub of the Year’ award celebrates and rewards a business hub that has delivered outstanding service to the community in the last twelve months. Judges assessed the facilitation of remote workers, customer experience and on-site facilities.
Grainne O’Keeffe Ludgate CEO said ‘We are delighted to win this prestigious award. We are very proud of our hub and it’s wonderful to get recognition on a national level’.