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Announcement: Des Cahill to host the Irish Early Career Awards 2017

Des Cahill confirmed as MC for Irsh Early Career Awards

Announcement: Des Cahill to host the Irish Early Career Awards 2017

Des Cahill returns this year to take his place as the host for the Irish Early Career Awards 2017.

Des is one of Irelands most recognisable presenters and commentators and is the face of Irelands leading GAA slot ‘The Sunday Game’ in addition to a regular on RTÉ Radio and most recently, a contestant on Ireland’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. With a colorful career in media, Des has won a number of awards himself picking up RTÉ’s first Irish television awards – the Jacob’s Award in 1993, ESB Journalist of the Year, PPI Sports Presenter of the Year before being named Ireland most influential journalist on twitter two years running, 2015 and 2016.

The Irish Early Career Awards 2017 takes place at The Mansion House on the 2nd of November. This is a night not to be missed by Irelands young professionals and most influential organisations, as we celebrate excellence and recognise the career accomplishments of Ireland’s young professionals across multiple industries. On the night we will be recognising professionals across IT, PR & Marketing, HR, Finance, Accounting, Banking, Legal, Construction, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Consulting & Advisory, Best Organisation in Learning and Development and the final award of the night going to Ireland’s Early Career – Professional of the Year.

This year there are 13 industry categories where you can nominate a friend or colleague who you believe should be rewarded for their outstanding contribution in their profession. Click here to explore the award categories and make your nomination.

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