Fuzion Communications meet the criteria for Cork International Business Event

Fuzion Communications meet the criteria for Cork International Business Event

Fuzion Communications, a leading full service Public Relations Agency, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Marketing & PR contract for the forthcoming CORKMEET 2009 International Networking business event. 

After a competitive 4-way pitch Fuzion were successfully chosen to provide PR, Advertising and Marketing concepts, Brand Identity and Sponsorship negotiation services for the international business networking forum which takes place in November.

Commenting on the award Deirdre Waldron of Fuzion said: “We are particularly honoured to be working on CORKMEET 2009 and indeed with the organisations behind the project, Cork Chamber, Cork County and City Enterprise Boards and Cork County Council.  It is an innovative project created as a resource for businesses to develop new international contacts and generate new trade opportunities through networking.  This contract is a testament to our team’s dedication in providing the very best in PR, Marketing and Graphic Design and we are all very much looking forward to the challenge of working on it.”

There were extensive criteria for the winning agency and as well as meeting the criteria  Fuzion’s strategic approach and willingness to go beyond expectations also helped secure the contract.

“We are extremely pleased to have Fuzion Communications on board to promote CORKMEET 2009.  Their team really understood that this event is a very important one for the economic growth of Cork and they presented an impressive proposal that we felt delivered what we needed and more,” said Maeve Bowen, Project Co-ordinator.

People do business with people first, companies second and through focused seminars and one to one pre-arranged meetings CORKMEET 2009 will harness the positive attributes of doing business in Cork.  With an excellent infrastructure and a highly skilled and motivated workforce, packaged with a unique humour and friendliness, the stakeholders involved in CORKMEET 2009 believe that Cork really is the perfect place to do business.

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