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Global firms get behind arts awards

This year’s Business To Arts award nominees reflect increased interest from global brands in the Irish arts scene.

20th August, 2011

This year’s Business To Arts award nominees reflect increased interest from global brands in the Irish arts scene.

Projects shortlisted for awards this year include those backed by BNP Paribas, Google Ireland and Bank of America/ Merrill Lynch, alongside indigenous companies like Bord Gáis Energy.

Despite the economic downturn, the number of entries has risen this year from 53, from 48 last year. Stuart McLaughlin, chief executive of the Business To...

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