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Awards Partners

Pictured making some noise about the 2023 Business to Arts Awards nominations launch was Noel Eccles, internationally acclaimed percussionist and TU Dublin Percussion Lecturer leading Awards partners Michelle Cullen, Accenture, Susan Jackson, Irish Life, Denise Charlton, Community Foundation Ireland, John McGrane, Kmend, and Ger McNaughton, TileStyle. Photo: Mark Stedman

Pictured making some noise about the 2023 Business to Arts Awards nominations launch was Noel Eccles, internationally acclaimed percussionist and TU Dublin Percussion Lecturer leading Awards partners Michelle Cullen, Accenture, Susan Jackson, Irish Life, Denise Charlton, Community Foundation Ireland, John McGrane, Kmend, and Ger McNaughton, TileStyle. Photo: Mark Stedman

Our Awards partners help us to recognise the incredible partnerships that have taken place between businesses, philanthropists, artists, and arts organisations each year. We couldn't do it without their support.

In 2023 we are grateful to our Innovation Partner Accenture, our category partners the Arts Council, daa, ESB, Irish Life, The Irish Times, and TileStyle, and new partners Community Foundation Ireland and Kmend for their support and commitment to the arts.

We are also thankful to our longstanding Production Partner Catapult and Venue Partner the National Concert Hall for their ongoing support.

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