2023 Business to Arts Awards announces new sponsors and award, as well as returning supporters

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Today, Business to Arts is pleased to announce sponsors for the 2023 Awards season with a new award joining the slate. This year’s sponsors include Innovation Partner Accenture, and category partners daa, ESB, Irish Life, Kmend, the Arts Council, The Irish Times, and TileStyle. 

The National Concert Hall will return as the Awards’ venue partner and events company Catapult will continue to support the Awards as production partner.

A new award, the ‘Creative Access Award’ supported by Community Foundation Ireland, will recognise corporate-cultural partnerships that offer the opportunity for marginalised and underrepresented groups to participate in the arts. This may take the form of an education programme, the provision of equipment, or a programme specially designed to include these kinds of groups.

Speaking about the new Award, Community Foundation’s Chief Executive Denise Charlton said:

“Community Foundation Ireland shares a mission of equality for all in thriving communities with its donors, supporters and 5,000 community partners. Access to arts is an equality issue. As Ireland’s philanthropic hub, the Community Foundation, is proud to sponsor the new Creative Access Award to acknowledge those who continue to break down barriers to make art, creative and colour open to all.”

The annual call for nominations for the Business to Arts Awards will launch later in March this year and the Awards will take place at the National Concert Hall on Tuesday, 12th September.

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