Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Limited (GIIL) announced this week their plans to create 2000 jobs in the South-East with a new €150 million plant at Belview Port on the Kilkenny-Waterford border.
Congratulations to the all the team at Glanbia plc, Glanbia Society and GIIL (some of our favourite clients). We are very proud to be a part of the back-room support team. Read more about the announcement here.
What a year 2012 has been! We’ve been busy creating, designing, strategising and building stand-out brand and market expression for clients, new and old – and we’ve enjoyed every minute.
We would like to thank all our clients, partners and suppliers for your support during 2012, wish you a Happy New Year and all the greatest success for 2013.
From all the team at Threesixty.
Waterford Stanley, one of Ireland’s best loved stove brands, have worked closely with Threesixty for over 10 years on their on and offline stakeholder and marketing communications. The Waterford Stanley brand is synonymous with bringing warmth and comfort to homes for generations in Ireland.
In 2012 Waterford Stanley decided to redesign their stove brochure due to the introduction of new stoves and product features. Threesixty was delighted to work with the team at Waterford Stanley on the redesign and copywriting of the new stove brochure to effectively communication with existing and new customers the benefits of owning a Stanley Stove.
The brochure was designed around the concept of ‘feel the warmth’ which welcomes readers into a world of comfort and warmth and takes them through the purchasing journey from an easy to use Stanley Stove Chooser right through to installation in their homes.
The inaugural Techovate conference took place in Wexford Opera House on Wed 21st and Thurs 22nd March. 400 delegates converged in Wexford with speakers from the world’s global technology leaders such as Google, IBM, Cisco, Facebook, Microsoft and LinkedIn as well as the best Irish entrepreneurs including Terry Clune, Taxback Group, David Walsh, Netwatch and our own MD, Simon O’Dwyer, Threesixty.
“The South East has the potential to become the Silicon Valley of Ireland and it is an ideal location for technology companies to establish and provide employment” Minister for Research and Innovation, Sean Sherlock TD. Minister Sherlock said: “It would be foolish of us as a government not to look closely at how Enterprise Ireland, the IDA and organisations like Techovate can work together to create a unique network of businesses working together throughout the South East to create clusters and hubs that can be replicated right across the country.”
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