Lincoln Proud Sponsors of the Irish Early Career Awards 2016

Mary Lavin / August 23, 2016

Early Career AWards 2016
This year in conjunction with Bank of Ireland, we are proud to be joint sponsor of the Irish Early Career Awards 2016. The Irish Early Career Awards celebrate excellence and recognises the achievements of outstanding young professionals in Ireland under the age of 35, and ultimately, rewards exceptional achievement and contribution across a broad range of professional services sectors.

 

The Irish Early Career Awards

Launch of the Irish Early Career Awards
Launch of the Irish Early Career Awards
Minister Richard Bruton with sponsor representatives from Lincoln Recruitment and Bank of Ireland

The Irish Early Career Awards will take place in the National Gallery, Dublin on November 9th 2016 and on the night there will be Awards presented across 10 categories across a range of industries for early career achievers. Nominations are now open until September 30.

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Overall Early Career Professional of the Year

This week Shay Dalton, Managing Director of Lincoln and Early Career Awards judge attended the official launch of this event in the Department of Education with Minister Richard Bruton TD and other members of the judging panel.

Speaking about the event Shay Dalton said, “We are delighted to be able to sponsor at the Early Career Awards. To my knowledge, it’s the only award of its kind in Europe, and we feel it’s very important to acknowledge the achievements and accomplishments of young professionals. Professionals have recognition as they go through their academic career, and also for later stages of their professional career, and organisations also have several awards that recognise the work that they do. But this is a unique award that recognises the efforts of young professionals and also the efforts organisations put into young professionals through learning and development. I think that, in time, it’s going to become the benchmark for acknowledging young professional accomplishments in Ireland.”

Nominations are now open and will remain open until the 30th of September 2016. For further information on this event or to nominate an early career achiever click here.

 

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