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Irish Web Awards 2010 Winners

conor 18th of October 2010 by conor

A fantastic night was had by all in The Mansion House in Dublin on Saturday. Lots and lots of new sites and apps to check out. Well done to all the winners and well done to Damien Mulley and his team of elves for putting together a superb event. The full set of winners from the Web Awards blog:

News and Media

Best Online Publication Sponsored by 3 Ireland.

Best Web Only Publication Sponsored by

Best Radio Website Sponsored by Wirecard Payment Solutions

Best Independent Podcaster Sponsored by Edgecast Media

Best Videocaster

Entertainment and Arts

Best Sports Site

Best Music Site sponsored by Poll Daddy

Best Entertainment Website sponsored by bVisible

Best Arts Website Sponsored by DirectEbooks

Technology and Social

Best Technology Site Sponsored by BH Consulting

Best New Web Application/Service Sponsored by Red Cardinal

Most Innovative Website Sponsored by iQ content

Best Mobile Application Sponsored by O2

Best Social Media Campaign Sponsored by Cybercom

  • Bulmers

Best Facebook Page for a Business or Organisation Sponsored by O'Leary Analytics

Best (Guerrilla) Social Media Campaign Sponsored by ebow

Government, Education and Community

Best Discussion forum Sponsored by KRO IT Solutions

Best Microsite Sponsored by

Best Government and Council Website Sponsored by Exigent Networks

Best Education and Third Level Website Sponsored by Olive Media

An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fearr Sponsored by PatentNav


Best eCommerce / Services Website sponsored by

Best SME/Small Business Website sponsored by Pivotal Communications

Technical Awards

Best Practice Sponsored by

Most Beautiful Website in Ireland Sponsored by RedFly Online Marketing

Most Useful Website in Ireland Sponsored by

Most Accessible Website

Best Website in Ireland Sponsored by Realex Payments

Irish Web Awards Winners

conor 15th of October 2008 by conor

The IWA08 was an enormous success for Damien Mulley. Already looking forward to next year. The winners were:

  • Best Online Publication – sponsored by Red Cardinal
    • Irish Times
  • Best Radio Website – sponsored by IGOPeople
    • Phantom FM
  • Best Podcaster – sponsored by Irish Mortgage Brokers
    • Playlist Mix
  • Best Videocaster – sponsored by eType Ireland
    • RTE
  • Best Sports Site – sponsored by
  • Best Music Site – sponsored by
    • State Magazine
  • Best Entertainment Website – sponsored by
  • Best Technology Site – sponsored by BH Consulting
    • Silicon Republic
  • Best New Web Application/Service – sponsored by InterTradeIreland's SeedCorn
    • Poll Daddy
  • Most Innovative Website – sponsored by iQ content
    • Pixenate
  • Best Discussion forum – sponsored by Brand Ignite
  • Best Government Website – sponsored by Interactive Return
    • Aras Kids
  • Best Council Website – sponsored by Peter Donegan Landscaping Ltd
  • Best Third Level Website – sponsored by the Irish Computer Society
    • Access NUI Maynooth
  • Best Education website -
    • FIS Book Club
  • Best eCommerce / Services Website – sponsored by Cybercom
    • Spicendipity
  • An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fear – sponsored by Edgecast Media
  • Best Practice – sponsored by Lightbox
  • Most Beautiful Website in Ireland – sponsored by
    • Twitterfone
  • Most Useful Website in Ireland – sponsored by
    • Irish Times
  • Most Accessible Website – sponsored by iQ content
    • Kanchi
  • Grand Prix Best Website – sponsored by

Irish Web Awards – Signup quickly for event

admin 25th of September 2008 by admin

200 folk already registered for Irish Web Awards

Event is on on October 11th in Dublin – great opportunity for community to come together and it should be fantastic.

Everyone is welcome too. You don't need to be nominated, you don't need a cool web2.0 service or a fancy blog.

Signup Now for a great night – only 30 euros

Irish Web Awards to Shake Things Up

conor 14th of August 2008 by conor

Competition is _always_ a good thing and I’m excited to see the launch of the Irish Web Awards by Damien Mulley. The existing events in Ireland have served a particular niche for several years but there is a rich range of sites out there that never get a look-in, mainly by virtue of cost, lack of mainstream profile and perhaps because they are not commercial.

Nominations will open soon and I already have a bunch of names in my head for the various categories. The event is on October 11th in the Radisson SAS Dublin. Hopefully we’ll see plenty of nominations made by all those across the road in UCD.

Sponsorship slots are still available with the anchor sponsor being