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Clones Development Society
Clones Development Society
Jemma Millen Ceramics
Jemma Millen Ceramics
Jemma Millen Ceramics
Ceramics
Jemma Millen Ceramics
Rowan Beg Designs
Rowan Beg Designs
Rowan Beg Designs
Candle Making;Mixed Media Construction
Rowan Beg Designs
Charlie Mahon Ceramics
Charlie Mahon Ceramics
Charlie Mahon Ceramics
Ceramics
Charlie Mahon Ceramics
Mireog
Mireog
Mireog
Printing
Mireog
Stix with Wix
Stix with Wix
Candle Making
Stix with Wix
Glenn Lucas Woodturning
Woodworking
Glenn Lucas Woodturning
Ana Faye
Ana Faye
Ana Faye
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Ana Faye
Irish Craft Siopa
Irish Craft Siopa
Bastion Gallery
Bastion Gallery
Cosyhome Art
Cosyhome Art
Woodworking
Cosyhome Art
Liam Butler
Liam Butler
Metalworking
Liam Butler
Pippa Sweeney Designs
Pippa Sweeney Designs
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Glass Making
Wildbird Studio
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Showcase 8 - Made Local Launch Images
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DCCI Made Local
One of the judges Sophie Reynolds pictured with some of the products by designers ,Handknit wool blankets and hat from Eriu and Umbrellas by Clare O’Connell who will entre the Design at Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) Business Design Challenge competition . DCCI officially opened the public voting for this year’s Irish Business Design. Now in its third year, the Irish Business Design Challenge 2023 (IBDC) focuses on companies that have used design thinking to future proof their business by making it more sustainable and energy efficient. There is a combined prize fund of over €50,000. Visit https://www.dcci.ie/ibdc-2023 for more information and to vote on shortlisted businesses. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Announcement
DCCI Irish Business Design Awards
Awards winner photos taken at awards ceremony in RDS
Awards
DCCU Future Makers 2023
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Spotlight
Showcase 8 - Made Local Launch Images
Campaign
DCCI Made Local
One of the judges Sophie Reynolds pictured with some of the products by designers ,Handknit wool blankets and hat from Eriu and Umbrellas by Clare O’Connell who will entre the Design at Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) Business Design Challenge competition . DCCI officially opened the public voting for this year’s Irish Business Design. Now in its third year, the Irish Business Design Challenge 2023 (IBDC) focuses on companies that have used design thinking to future proof their business by making it more sustainable and energy efficient. There is a combined prize fund of over €50,000. Visit https://www.dcci.ie/ibdc-2023 for more information and to vote on shortlisted businesses. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Announcement
DCCI Irish Business Design Awards
Awards winner photos taken at awards ceremony in RDS
Awards
DCCU Future Makers 2023