5th – 12th November in participating restauraunts nationwide

OUR SPONSORS

Novartis is one of Ireland’s leading employers in the healthcare industry. One of the first pharmaceutical companies to locate in Ireland in the 1950’s, Novartis has strong history of  investing in Ireland over the last sixty years.

“At Novartis, our mission of caring and curing underscores our work, our values and our efforts around the world. Strong values define our culture and help us execute the Novartis strategy in line with our mission and vision. Our strategy is to deliver better outcomes for patients through science-based innovation. We aim to lead in growing areas of healthcare. In the context of an increasingly challenging healthcare environment, we are reinforcing our culture, boosting our skills and building a diverse workforce with talented leaders.”

Globally, Fujitsu is ranked as one of the top five information and communication technology providers, with approximately 155,000 employees supporting customers in over 100 countries.  We are Japan’s leading information and communication technology company and are world-renowned experts in digital business transformation. For over 40 years, Fujitsu Ireland have been offering integrated IT products and services within Ireland. Our portfolio includes; IT consulting services, managed services, cloud-based solutions, systems integration and technology products. At Fujitsu Ireland, vendor partnerships play a critical role and we work closely with a wide range of industry-leading solutions providers to deliver the best-in-class solutions to our customers.

 

Dawn Meats Foodservice are an Irish company providing consistently high quality meat products from sustainable sources directly to foodservice end users nationwide. Dawn Meats are in business for over 30 years dealing with over 20,000 farmers which enables them to offer a truly farm to fork solution for your business.
Dawn Meats Foodservice have three foodservice delivery depots in Dublin, Waterford & Mayo providing next day delivery to all corners of Ireland. Not only do they supply beef and lamb from their own factories but they also supply other meat proteins from game and poultry to pork and bacon. They do this using their own fleet of delivery vehicles offering next day delivery and a team of meat specialist sales representatives.  www.dawnmeats.com.
For more information contact Neil Lanigan on neil.lanigan@dawnmeats.com

Classic Drinks  take great pride in providing a complete service to the on trade throughout Ireland. Classic Drinks are very privileged to bring to our customers a range of hand-picked wines coming directly from wineries throughout the world.  Classic Drinks and their winemakers share the same philosophy  “the customer is the priority”.They believe in high standards and being customer driven with a strong focus on consistently providing a top quality service. Classic Drinks  also strongly believe in their people and understand that people are the core to any successful business. In addition to their award winning wine portfolio, Classic Drinks also supply a one stop solution with a comprehensive selection of branded spirits and beers. They consistently update their product range of specialty spirits, beers and ciders enabling our customer to satisfy changing demands in the market.
To find out more about our amazing Wine Sponsor, Classic Drinks, please click here.

The Restaurants Association of Ireland was formed in 1970 with the initial goal of forming a strong lobby group that would represent the industry at Government level on issues of importance to the Irish restaurant industry.
The RAI now represents in excess of 1,400 members, with establishments representing full service restaurants, coffee shops, hotel restaurants, gastropubs, golf clubs and cookery schools. The RAI also have over 100 trade partners, businesses that are our approved suppliers of products and services for restaurants.
The RAI is also home to Ireland’s leading  restaurant awards #FoodOscars.  For more information on our wonderful partners in the RAI click here

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