County Wexford Chamber Business Awards Honouring our County’s finest as Killowen Farm scoops Overall Winner.
The County Wexford Chamber Business awards took place on Friday, May 5, in Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford town. It was a sold-out event with almost 500 guests in attendance at the stylish black-tie event, with comedian Neil Delamere acting as MC on the night.
There were 19 different category winners announced on the night, with Killowen Farm from Enniscorthy emerging as the Overall Business of the Year.
CEO Emma Dunphy said: “The County Wexford Business awards celebrate the vibrancy and diversity of our business community. It is a wonderful opportunity for any company to share how they have excelled, innovated, overcome challenges, and contributed to our thriving business region.
“We are celebrating the enthusiasm of over 240 applications and the achievements of 100 shortlisted businesses. The event certainly raised the whole profile of County Wexford and injects pride and confidence amongst businesses and employees, from the start-up to scaling-up industry, from sole traders to multinationals.
“This really shows us that this is the most important business awards programme across our region. It was a special privilege to recognise the best of County Wexford Businesses on Friday and a huge Congratulations to all of our 2023 winners.”
President of County Wexford Chamber, Brendan Crowley said: “From the get-go, from a County Chamber perspective, it was brilliant to witness the passion and competitiveness demonstrated by so many entrants from across our county’s various business sectors.
“On the night, the energy and positivity were palpable in the room where almost 500 guests enjoyed a night to celebrate the success of businesses, large and small. On a personal level, it brought home to me how privileged I am to be President of such an innovative and progressive County Chamber at this time.” County Wexford Chamber connects, supports, and represents 320 member businesses that employ 20,000 people across the county.