DIGIWEB wins National Enterprise Award 2004

Continued growth and expansion in Irish Technology Firm recognised. DIGIWEB, Irelands fastest expanding broadband services provider, was announced by Mr. Michael Ahern TD on Wednesday this week as the Overall Winner of the National Enterprise Awards 2004. The National Enterprise Awards run by the City and County Enterprise Boards, and supported by the National Development Plan, is in its eighth year and recognises small businesses that represent the best of entrepreneurial activity in Ireland.  This year 28 firms competed in the National Enterprise Awards at national level, each having advanced as winners representing their County. “We’re delighted to have been selected for this award, particularly in light of the very strong competition from the other finalists.” stated Colm Piercy, Managing Director, Digiweb Ltd.  “We’d like to thank very much the Judging Panel and all the City and County Enterprise Boards for this endorsement and recognition of our business, and in particular the entire business development team at Louth County Enterprise Board, who provided the catalyst to enable us to get started initially and since then have provided ongoing support and encouragement”. Digiweb is expanding rapidly at present, employing 30 today with plans to expand to 60 over the next three years.  Having recently opened offices in Cork and Waterford, the company is already preparing to open offices in the United Kingdom and Bulgaria to support its continued expansion into the European market.   Digiweb is the largest satellite broadband provider in Ireland (and second largest in UK and Ireland) with plans to be in the top three European providers by 2006.  Further, the company is also Ireland’s fastest expanding broadband...

IT Company Triumphs at 2004 National Enterprise Awards

T Company Triumphs at 2004 National Enterprise Awards An Information Technology Services Company, providing broadband services, web hosting and software development, based in Dundalk, Co. Louth, is the winner of the 2004 National Enterprise Awards, sponsored by the City and County Enterprise Boards. Digiweb Limited is the largest Satellite Broadband operator in the country and plans to soon become the largest wireless broadband provider on the island of Ireland. The runner up is a relatively new company Prima Finance Limited, based in Killarney promoted by Brian Leslie, who specialises in on-line money management services. Other category winners at the Awards ceremony were Solution Equipment Limited from Killaloe, Co. Clare, who received this year’s Innovation award, Tech Works Marine Limited from Dublin City, who achieved the award for Technology, SK Interfaces Limited from Fingal, the Export award and Netwatch Ireland Limited from Carlow, set-up just a year ago, received the Special Merit award. The National Enterprise Awards competition run by the City and County Enterprise Boards supported by the National Development Plan, is in its eighth year and recognises small businesses that represent the best of entrepreneurial activity in Ireland. The competition carries a prize fund in excess of €20,000, with the overall winner receiving the title, a specially commissioned trophy and a cheque for €5,000. This year 28 firms competed in the National Enterprise Awards at national level, each having advanced as winners from their local City or County Enterprise Board area. Entries were required to submit an official application form, business plan and audited accounts plus other supporting documentation. An independent adjudication panel interviewed all entries at six...