Why sponsor a sports event

Why sponsor a sports event?

Looking to increase brand awareness and generate new leads for your business? You should consider sponsoring a sports event and what’s interesting is that it needn’t cost the earth. In fact, sports sponsorship is affordable and within the reach of most small businesses. You just need to open your eyes and look around for the opportunities. […]

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And so the Sponsor for a Day baton is being readied to pass on.

And so the Sponsor for a Day baton is being readied to pass on.

And so the Sponsor for a Day baton is being readied to pass on. It is fit and proper that we look to a rugby story to help explain how we feel here at Big Red Cloud as the team at Bank of Ireland have just announced the shortlists for both the Leinster and Munster […]

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How to start, scale and succeed in business

A panel discussion on how to start, scale and succeed in business Learn from some of Irish Retails leading lights in one of the most sought after venues in Ireland, the historic House of Lords on Thursday 8th October. Retail Excellence and Bank of Ireland, College Green, have teamed up and assembled a unique panel […]

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Show your business with Bank of Ireland

Show your business with Bank of Ireland As part of the Startup Gathering, Bank of Ireland are opening the doors to their magnificent premises on College Green from Monday 5th October through to Friday October 10th so that you can show your business. Start-ups are invited to pitch their wares at this most famous of […]

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Today is the final day for entries for Bank of Ireland's Sponsor for a Day

Sponsor for a Day: Why enter if you can’t win

As the Bank of Ireland marketing machine gears up to promote its fantastic Sponsor for a Day competition many small business owners reading this will be thinking, why enter if you can’t win. Look at the final short list for Leinster last year – Big Red Cloud, Nobo, Jobbio, Atlantis Seafoods and Radical Oats – […]

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Dublin coffee and Tea Festival

Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival

The Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival will take place from Friday 11th through to Sunday 13th September in the Industries Hall in the RDS, Dublin. For anyone looking at establishing their own coffee or tea shop, this is a must attend event. Looking back over the visitor numbers from 2104 it’s a good event to attend […]

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Startups Awards Entry Form 2015

The UK Startups Awards: What makes an award-winning business?

The team over at the UK Startups Awards contacted a few of the judges for this year’s awards and asked them what they see as the ‘exciting opportunity to find the heroes of tomorrow’. For any company getting ready to fill out their entry form, the following should provide some guidelines or insight into what the […]

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Team Big Red Cloud Ironman 70.3 Dublin 2015

How to sponsor an event to gain maximum brand impact

When an event presents itself as an ideal marketing and brand building opportunity but the cost of sponsorship is way, way beyond your marketing budget, what can you do? We are constantly on the look out for ways to get involved with events that offer the opportunity to build awareness and help promote our cloud […]

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Startup Awards 2015 now open for entries

The Startup Awards 2015 official launch was held yesterday in the Bank of Ireland’s state of the art branch in Grand Canal Square. This is the fourth year of the awards and is Big Red Cloud’s second in what is becoming a major event on the start ups calendar in Ireland. The Startup Awards is […]

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Sponsor for a Day 2016

Sponsor for a Day – Three Lessons for Small Businesses

  It’s hard to believe but it’s almost 6 months since our Sponsor for a Day with Bank of Ireland and Leinster Rugby. Those of you that followed our campaign to win the overall Sponsor for a Day (SFAD) vote will be well aware of how much it meant to us: from a personal perspective […]

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