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ZOMA set to represent Louth at National Enterprise Awards

ZOMA was named winner of the Louth Enterprise Awards back in March

Innovative and groundbreaking digital marketing company ZOMA was named winner of the Louth Enterprise Awards back in March.

Hailing from Dundalk, David Kieran and his team will represent Louth at the National Enterprise Awards, taking place at The Round Room in The Mansion House, Dublin on Thursday 23rd May.

Speaking this week, National Enterprise Awards Co-ordinator for Louth Sarah Mallon said: “We are delighted with all that David and the ZOMA team have achieved since the company was established. They are such a dynamic, creative and energetic team, providing solutions to their clients across Ireland and the world.

“Their innovative product, Munchd, is proving to be a true digital disruptor in the online ordering environment and is going from strength to strength. We are thrilled that they will represent Louth at the National Enterprise Awards.”

ZOMA describe themselves as unleashing wild ideas, leading the way and driving growth for clients. At the same time, their approach to work life balance allows them to enjoy the journey and be at their creative and collaborative best for all of their clients.

They work with clients to develop their brands, and create marketing and digital marketing strategies with real impact. In addition to winning the Louth Enterprise Award in 2024, they were named Louth Business of the Year in 2023.

Clients include WuXi Biologics, O’Reilly Group, KSG, DG McArdle Transport as well as leisure, consumer and lifestyle brands.

Sarah continues, “The National Enterprise Awards, hosted by the Network of Local Enterprise Offices nationally, celebrates indigenous Irish companies who are innovating, creating new products, generating employment and developing export markets.

“It is the best of the best from across Ireland and we are keeping everything crossed that ZOMA will win one of this year’s awards.”

The event, hosted by RTÉ’s Bryan Dobson on Thursday, 23rd May and promises to be an exciting experience for all 31 finalists.

Credit Donard McCabe - DundalkDemocrat


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