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17 December 2019

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Ice Water Group shortlisted for Green Awards 2020

Ice Water Group, which includes Eco Fil, has been shortlisted for the Green Awards 2020. The awards are an initiative of Business River, the biggest private network of B2B communities in Ireland. Ice Water Group is one of four companies shortlisted in the ‘The Sustainable Water Achievement Award’ category. Award winners will be announced on 25 February 2020 in Dublin.

Christmas parties help with staff bonding and morale, according to Musgrave MarketPlace

The Christmas party helps boost morale at work, according to a new survey by Musgrave MarketPlace. The survey examining Ireland’s Christmas party habits reveals that 94% of those polled say a Christmas party helps with staff bonding and boosts morale, while two thirds of companies will have a festive party this year.

Fyffes fitness wins European marketing award

The efforts being made by Fyffes to help combat childhood obesity through its fitness-based ‘Fit Squad’ initiative was recognised at this year’s IMC European Awards for Integrated Marketing Communications, held in Brussels recently. The Irish-based fruit importer was honoured with the Silver Award in the ‘Small budget campaign’ category by a panel of almost 40 leading industry professionals across Europe. The main purpose of ‘Fit Squad’ is to demonstrate to young people in schools throughout the country how they can increase their physical activity.

Veggie and vegan rise set to touch Christmas dinner

Aramark, the leading food service provider, is predicting that the traditional festive meal, with all its trimmings, may not be at the top of everyone’s Christmas list this year. 2019 has seen interest in vegetarianism, veganism and flexitarianism rising steadily, with incremental sales of vegan foods outpacing any other cuisine. And while turkey and ham remain firm festive favourites, demand for meat-free menu options has seen such growth in 2019 that Aramark believes Christmas parties around the country will be complementing their classic pork cocktail sausage with a tasty plant-forward alternative.

Chris O’Dowd supports Social Spin in partnership with Guinness



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