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Fiona Daly named as runner-up at Digital Business Ireland – permanent tsb National Digital Awards

Published by: Sinead Woods
Published date: 1st Mar 2021
Categories: Awards Company

Fiona announced as runner-up in the Women in Digital Category at a virtual online awards ceremony which took place on Friday evening, 26th February.

Codec are delighted to announce that Fiona Daly, Chief Financial Officer for the Codec group and CEO of dss has been named as runner-up in the Women in Digital award category at the inaugural Digital Business Ireland-permanent tsb Digital Awards 2020.

Fiona was selected as runner-up in a category with some very strong candidates and it recognises her contribution to the success of the Codec group, an award winning Microsoft partner and more recently her role in the establishment of dss, a fully diversified organisation and a certified member of WEConnect International.

We congratulate Niamh Tallon, founder of Her Sport who was announced as the overall winner in the category. Her Sport is Ireland’s only media platform dedicated to recognising Women in Sport and aims to give young girls and women the platform to celebrate and champion their achievements and share their stories

About the Digital Business Awards

Award recipients demonstrate how Ireland’s best digital businesses are innovating beyond the current challenges caused by the pandemic

Digital Business Ireland in partnership with title sponsor, permanent tsb, launched the Digital Awards in October 2020 to promote and mark best practice in digital businesses, digital innovation and the people that power them. Over 300 businesses and individuals entered the 2020 Award series across thirteen categories.

The finalists, from around Ireland, gathered on the evening of Friday 26th of February to honour 2020’s outstanding businesses, innovators and inspiring individuals at a virtual event hosted by broadcaster, Jonathan Healy. During the virtual event, viewers saw the prestigious and coveted National Website of the Year Award go to Galway company, Spotlight Oral Care. Runner-up in the category was Dublin Airport.

To find out more about the awards, categories and the finalists click here.