Cork Chamber have announced Fuller Marketing as 1 of 3 finalists in the Emerging Business category of the Cork Company of the Year Awards 2018. The awards highlight the accomplishments of Cork based companies that have demonstrated significant achievement and success over the past year, through innovation, growth, financial stability. The awards also they pay homage to those companies that have embraced CSR, from supporting local charities and community groups to promoting workplace wellbeing and green initiatives.
The winners will be announced on Feb 2nd at a gala event in the City Hall which will be attended by over 1000 business and political professionals from all over the country.
Speaking of today’s announcement Ruth Fuller, Managing Director at Fuller Marketing,
“To have made the finalist shortlist is, without doubt, an achievement in itself and it’s one we are immensely proud of.
We see this recognition by our peers as an acknowledgement of and a testament to our work. Not only are we passionate about what we do, but we are passionate about where we do it. Being in business in Cork is so important for us and as we see it, we have a lot to offer to both the business community and wider Cork region.
We have big plans for the future growth of our business – we have set ourselves challenging targets but ones that we are confident we will achieve.”
We are thrilled to be supporting Cork Simon Community this Christmas.
Homelessness is such a huge problem around Cork, but to help out by holding a Christmas Jumper Day is such a lovely idea! It’s so simple, and it brings out the festive spirit in everyone here in the office!
Fight Homelessness This Christmas. Get involved and register here.
The Christmas ads are always the most anticipated ads of the year! This year we are loving Debenhams #YouShall fairytale themed ad. Great to see how they incorporated twitter into it as a lot of people would have watched it there first!
Interesting commentary from Bloomberg on the impact of impending Brexit on our Travel and Tourism Industry and the likelihood for increased opportunity for Irish-based service providers in to the future.
With the outsourcing of certain marketing functions becoming increasingly popular among SMEs in particular, Cork-based Fuller Marketing is hoping to tap into this growing trend, according to company managing director Ruth Fuller, who spoke with John McGee.
IT@Cork & Bank of Ireland recently held a panel discussion in the Bank of Ireland workbench on scaling your tech company and the art of taking on finance and investors. Our very own Ruth Fuller went along to support.