Totalmobile is delighted to announce Jim Darragh CEO of Totalmobile has been being selected as a finalist for the 2021 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year programme Ireland.
The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ programme passionately believes in promoting entrepreneurship across the island of Ireland and empowering entrepreneurs to grow their businesses in Ireland, Northern Ireland and around the world.
The Industry finalists are entrepreneurs who are significant employers in Ireland and are mainly focused on the Irish and UK markets. They are market leaders in their sectors and have made a significant contribution to the economy over a considerable period of time.
Jim Darragh, CEO at Totalmobile said: “I am delighted to have been selected as a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards 2021. Despite all the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic over the last 12 months, the team at Totalmobile have been incredible. A particular thanks must go to all staff for their support in ensuring the continued success of this business and commitment to delivering a great service to our customers.
Being selected for this award is a testament to what we have achieved over the last few years, delivering a competitive advantage across the vertical markets we serve, combined with strong organic growth, strategic product acquisitions and our continued investment in people.”
The 24 finalists of the 2021 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year represent a range of sectors including retail, consumer, technology, health and leisure sectors among many more, collectively generate annual revenues in excess of €1.325bn. The finalists from across the island of Ireland will compete across three categories – Emerging, Industry and International – and one overall winner will be selected as The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2021 in November.”
Commenting on the announcement, Roger Wallace, Partner Lead for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ programme said: “This year’s finalists highlight the vibrant diversity of the entrepreneurial landscape across the island of Ireland, with sectors including technology, consumer, leisure and healthcare all represented, as well as our highest ever proportion of female finalists which is great to see.”
“The ability of entrepreneurs to embed the power of digital into all aspects of their businesses is reflected strongly in this year’s cohort of finalists, who include a number of exceptional consumer goods businesses reaching international markets, achieving exponential growth in the past year, along with the highest quality companies leading the way in health testing and antimicrobial technology amongst others. In what has been a really tough period of trading for many entrepreneurs, it has been equally uplifting to see so many manufacturing finalists also thriving, and able to continue growing their businesses and employment in the current environment. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year programme is very much an all island one, and I am delighted to see the quality of entrepreneurs in Northern Ireland remains so strong.
“EY is proud to play our part in supporting the island’s entrepreneurs and I am delighted to formally welcome this year’s finalists into the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year community.”
To view the full shortlist and article, please visit The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year website