For Irish people across the globe the wearing of GAA county colours is a key part of their identity. Ballywire is proud to have been collaborating with various units in the Gaelic Athletic Association since the company’s foundation.
Invariably Munster provides a football or hurling finalist each year if not a winner so it’s a highly competitive province. Ballywire has provided online marketing content for the Munster Council’s twitter, facebook and website splashpages in recent seasons as well as video from the launch events.
The Ballywire content was utilised online to drive awareness of the big games and the video material used by various online publications in their match previews.
Ireland’s recovery is getting back on track and now SME’s can avail of funding provided by Ireland’s new Strategic Banking Corporation.
Ballywire provided coverage of the launch event where the first phase of SBCI measures were announced including new SME-friendly loan products available through AIB and Bank of Ireland which will act as On-Lenders of low-cost funding provided to them by the SBCI.
The Ballywire content was utilised online by the media and features on the SBCI website.
Farm deaths are all too frequent in Ireland and Embrace, a support group for bereaved relatives decided to act to increase awareness of the dangers by creating stories of those left behind, produced by Ballywire.
The moving series featured a cross section of victims families and resonated both in Ireland and the UK where the videos were also used as part of a campaign there. In Ireland the Ballywire content was shared widely on social media and featured on The Late Late Show.
Great bravery was shown by the relatives who wanted to ensure no other families lived through what they had to endure.
Ballywire is a founder partner of the annual Irish Sponsorship Summit held in Croke Park.
Ahead of the 2016 event the man behind ISS, Canadian Bruce Mansour wanted to get people in the sector talking about sponsorship issues and came up with the concept of an online video series. Add Irish rugby international and businessman Jamie Heaslip into the mix and away you go!
The series with a select group of thought leaders was recorded by Ballywire in the brand new Croke Park suites with the videos shared online ahead of the February event.
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