Polar Ice Tech Overall Winner South Cork Local Enterprise Board Máiréad O'Donnell Marketing & Customer Engagement Manager with Polar IceTech, Damien McDonnell Managing Director Polar IceTech, Ciara McGee, LEO South Cork

Polar IceTech are overall winners of the coveted 2017 Local Enterprise Awards in South Cork. Recognised for the innovative approach we at Polar IceTech are taking in our business, the service we offer our customers and clients and our passion for driving results for our customers, the environment and the greater economy.

2017 Polar IceTech Overall Winner Local Enterprise Board South Cork

We now go forward to the National Enterprise Awards in Dublin this May representing the Local Enterprise Board in South Cork.

“We take an innovative win-win approach to our work with customers. We partner with them to ensure their cleaning processes are efficient, cost effective and deliver tangible results. We are data driven thereby ensuring that the services we offer through Dry Ice Blasting are as lean and effective as possible,” according to Damien McDonnell, Managing Director of Polar IceTech.

Polar IceTech Winners South Cork Local Enterprise Board 2017

“Winning this award is a great honour for us. When you get recognition like this from your peers, it’s incredibly rewarding and encouraging. When we met with the judges we were keen to highlight to them that the work we are doing is making a real difference, not only to the cleaning programmes within large industries but to the environment and the greater economy.”

Polar IceTech will be meeting the judges of the National Enterprise Awards on March 29th and the official announcement will be made in the Mansion House in Dublin in May.

Also speaking at the awards, Sean O’Sullivan, Head of Enterprise, Cork South said, “We received our highest number of applications for this competition this year and our judges had a difficult time deciding on a winner but we believe Damien McDonnell and his business Polar IceTech has what it takes to represent the region well at the national final in Dublin. The businesses we support, those with up to ten employees are, I believe, the lifeblood of Ireland’s economy and we are proud to work with them and help them realise their full potential. I wish Damien all the very best as he progresses to Dublin in May.”