O2 Idea’s Room Sales Pitch Winner Announced

Tradesmen.ie have won €50,000 of business support through the O2 ideas room ‘140 Characters Sales Pitch’ competition.

Hi Folks,

For those who don’t know, The O2 Idea’s Room ran a competition where they asked Irish companies to pitch their business idea in 140 characters or less via Twitter, SMS or on the O2 Idea’s Room Blog. Six finalists were chosen and people could then vote for their favorite business to win the grand prize of €50,000 worth of business support.

Here at Tradesmen.ie, our very own Oliver Dempsey entered the pitch “Want to save time and money on tradesmen and trade professional services? Get up to 4 quotes and compare prices on www.Tradesmen.ie”

The winner was announced on Tuesday (27th of July) and we were thrilled to see Tradesmen.ie named as the winning business. There was a huge amount of effort put into our campaign to win and fortunately we did. This is a great achievement for us and we would like to thank everyone very much for helping us along the way. Many people supported us from start to finish and we are very grateful for all your help. It should be interesting to see what the future has in store for us at Tradesmen.ie and how this will benefit the company. Here’s to a bright future. Cheers.

About Oliver Dempsey

Owner and Managing Director at Tradesmen.ie and contributor to the Tradesmen.ie Blog You can connect with Oliver on Google+ DISCLAIMER: All content provided in my articles is for informational purposes only. The information contained in these articles has been obtained from research carried out by myself through online and offline sources and through other writers and contributors who provide me with content. While I am responsible for the final editing of each article and I do my best to verify the information, I do not make representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information. Therefore you must not rely on the information contained in any of these articles and always make sure to seek the advice of a suitably qualified expert before embarking on any project.
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