Show Your Business at Taste of Dublin – for free!

Pictured with trays of his vibrant  organic wheatgrass are former competition winner Marty Brennan from My Organics with Avril Bannerton, managing director at Taste of Dublin and Emer McDonnell, marketing manager, Business Banking at Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland launches competition for food and beverage businesses

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10 March 2016 | 0

Bank of Ireland has launched its ‘Show Your Business at Taste of Dublin’ competition which offers one lucky food or beverage business the chance to win a stand at this year’s festival from 16 – 19 June. In addition to showcasing alongside some of Ireland’s best known brands, the winning company will exhibit to more than 34,000 foodies expected attend the festival over four days.

To enter, businesses can fill in a short application form at www.bankofireland.com/tasteofdublin, answering a simple question about the Taste of Dublin festival and outlining why their business should win a stand. The closing date for entry is Wednesday, 23 March.

A panel of industry experts will shortlist entries to five businesses. Bank of Ireland will work with each of the finalists to shoot a video in which they sell their ‘menu’ for Taste of Dublin for the final stage of the competition which comes  down to an online public vote. The videos will be shared and promoted through the Bank’s online channels from 5 April, with the finalists encouraged to rally support from the public. The overall winner will be revealed on 19 April, 2016.

Speaking at the launch of the 2016 competition, former winner Marty Brennan, from My Organics said the competition is “a superb opportunity for any food business”. Since exhibiting at the festival, My Organics has started suppling Avoca stores and participated in the SuperValu Food Academy, with “lots of exciting projects in the pipeline,” according to Brennan.

 

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