IBYE

IBYE 2018 | The Taoiseach with the Winning Award | Calnan & Anhøj

IRELANDS BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR COMPETITION

ABOUT

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

AWARD DESIGN

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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IBYE 2018 – The winning award at the Dail Eireann (l-r) with Minister Humphreys, The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Sheila Daly, Wicklow Local Enterprise Office.

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Google headquarters | #IBYE 2016 | Enterprise Ireland

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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2016 award ceremony at the Google European Headquarters Dublin.

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The Feathering Acorn | Bronze Award | #IBYE

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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IBYE‏ @ibye_2015: ‘We just HAD to give you a sneak preview of the exquisite 2015 #‎IBYE Winner Award! Expertly and creatively crafted by the masters of craft, Calnan & Anhøj. The ‘Bronze Feathering Acorn’ defines the development and strong growth of the core business values, aspirations and acumen of the entrepreneurship that has been fostered throughout the #IBYE Competition’

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IBYE awards | Forging the Seed

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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Awards in progress at the Calnan & Anhoj forge.

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IBYE Awards | Sowing the seed | Forged by Calnan & Anhøj

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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IBYE‏ @ibye_2016: ‘This makes the #IBYE Final just that bit more real! Exquisite #IBYE Award design from @CalnanAnhoj as always! #Exciting’

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IBYE | Regional Winners with trophies by Calnan Anhoj

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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2014 happy winners of the regional categories!

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Entrepreneur trophy by Calnan & Anhøj | Strong Roots 2016

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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Samuel Dennigan (left) of Strong Roots #TeamDublinCity – National Finalist in the 2016 Best Start Up Category.

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Young Entrepreneur 2016 | Ciara Clancy | Award by Calnan & Anhoj

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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Irelands best young entrepreneur 2016 Ciara Clancy of Beats Medical.

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IBYE winner 2015 | James Foody | Trophy by Calnan Anhoj

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur 2015 James Foody of Ayda.

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IBYE Finals | 2014 winner Eamon Keane

Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur Competition

About

Commissioned by Enterprise Ireland since 2014 and awarded annually at Google’s European headquarters in Dublin.

Award Design

Inspired by the concept of ‘Acorn to Oak Tree’. This national competition has three categories – Best Idea, Best Start Up and Best Established. For the regional finalists the awards were based on an interpretation of the seed form and the play on the words ‘Sowing (sewing) the Seed’. For the overall winners the design evolved into ‘The Feathering Acorn’ which symbolises the seed or idea at its final stage.

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Irelands Best Young Entrepreneur 2014 Eamon Keane of Xpreso (left) and Minister Richard Bruton T.D., Dept. of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (middle) with Dean Gammell.

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