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Taoiseach launches the Irish Early Career Awards 2017 for young professionals across Ireland

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, Des Cahill, and Paul Flynn, along with representatives from sponsors KBC Bank and Lincoln Recruitment Specialists, launched the Irish Early Career Awards 2017.

L-r: Des Cahill; Paul Flynn, Lincoln Recruitment and Ambassador of the Irish Early Career Awards; An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar; Wim Verbraeken, KBC Bank; and Shay Dalton, Lincoln Recruitment.

These national Awards, hosted by Des Cahill, are open to young professionals in organisations across Ireland under the age of 35. The Awards provide an important opportunity to recognise and showcase exceptional achievement and professional contribution across accounting, financial services, legal, entrepreneurship, marketing, HR, IT, consulting, engineering, construction and banking sectors.

The awards are judged by a panel of experts representing top global and Irish companies and leading organisations across Ireland including Emmet Ryan, editor of the Sunday Business post tech magazine Connected; Cocoa Brown founder Marissa Carter; Pat Gilroy Managing Director at Veolia; and Lawrence Hickey, Chief Financial Officer, Digicel Group Limited.

The closing date for nominations is the 22nd September. Submit your nomination here.

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