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Thursday 06 May 2021
The Irish Made Awards by Irish Country Magazine are back for their fifth year. After a record-breaking year last year, Irish businesses are welcomed back to showcase their talent, tenacity and innovation for the Irish Made Awards 2021. And this year is bigger than ever before, so make sure to get your entry in before the deadline date of 7 June 2021.
The Irish Made Awards 2021 will open for entries on 20 April, 2021.
With the unprecedented challenges of Covid-19 continuing to challenge business-owners 12 months on, it’s so important to shine a light on the talented makers, creators, craftspeople and producers across the island of Ireland. Shoppers and consumers are more aware than ever of buying Irish and supporting local, and we are thrilled to be able to highlight so many brilliant Irish brands through the Irish Made Awards 2021.
Is your business/product eligible for the Irish Made Awards?
Are you creating a beautiful product in Ireland? If yes, we want to hear from you. Whether you’re a sole trader or an SME selling locally or exporting internationally, we encourage you to enter your company when the Awards launch in April. The awards are open to businesses in the following categories, and an expert panel of judges will have the hard task of narrowing down and scoring the finalists in each category, which will then go to a live vote on irishcountrymagazine.ie in August. Please note: the product/s entered must be made on the island of Ireland, with details of manufacturing made clear in your entry pitch.
How to enter:
To enter, send Irish Country Magazine a pitch telling them why your company and product should win, ensuring to include the points listed below. Email your entry to email@example.com by midnight on Monday 7 June, 2021.
Your entry should be no longer than 300 words and must include two high-resolution images (see FAQs for photography guidelines). Please include the following details:
For a full list of FAQs and guidelines please visit Irish Country Magazine's FAQs page.
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