Lincoln Win Best in Executive Recruitment at the InBusiness Awards

December 5

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A prestigious list of Irish businesses came together on Tuesday, December 4th to celebrate their excellent achievements over the course of 2018, for the 7th consecutive year of the InBusiness Recognition Awards, which was held at the Westin Hotel, Dublin.

The InBusiness Recognition Awards 2018 recognised outstanding accomplishments in the Irish business community. Winners were chosen across 20 categories based on the broad criteria of growth, profile of business, range of services and customer care.

“To be given the responsibility of finding an organisation’s next CEO or COO is huge, but it’s work that I love. It gives you exposure to dynamic and progressive boards and an opportunity to career plan with some of Ireland’s top professionals.”


Lincoln Executive Search were among the businesses recognised at the InBusiness Awards for ‘Best in Executive Recruitment’.

Speaking about receiving the Award Shay Dalton said,”We are delighted to receive this award. In many ways the role of an executive search consultant is in the background, working confidentially but expertly on behalf of clients and executives so it feels counter-intuitive to receive an award for this work but nonetheless it’s a great pleasure.”

“To be given the responsibility of finding an organisation’s next CEO or COO is huge, but it’s work that I love. It gives you exposure to dynamic and progressive boards and an opportunity to career plan with some of Ireland’s top professionals. We would like to thank all the organisations that have entrusted Lincoln with these mandates over the past 12 months which range from the DG of the GAA to the CEO of Galway Clinic and the CEO of Pieta House”, Mr. Dalton said.

Other winners on the day included Paypal, KPMG, AIB, Enterprise Ireland, Failte Ireland and Trinity College Dublin. For a full list of winners go to www.chambers.ie.

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About the Author

Orla Doyle

Orla Doyle

Head of Marketing & Communications

odoyle@lincoln.ie+ 353 ( 1 ) 661 0444

Orla Doyle is the Group Marketing and Communications Manager at Lincoln Recruitment Group. Orla graduated from the University of Limerick; she was awarded a Bachelor of Business Studies specialising in Accounting and Finance and subsequently a Master’s of Science in Financial Services. With a background in Accounting and Finance, Orla has previously worked with a Top 5 Accountancy firm and a large multinational bank based in Ireland before taking up international marketing opportunities. While working for reputable international companies, she gained her 6-year experience in marketing and communications and developed her excellent skills related to events management. She also holds a Diploma in Strategic Digital Marketing from the Marketing Institute of Ireland.

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