ATG Group help launch the Causeway Coast & Glens Business Awards 2017
Managing Director of ATG Group Dr Mark McKinney and Environmental Quality Assurance Manager Claire McCloskey were in attendance at Dundarave House for the launch of this year’s Causeway Coast & Glens Business Awards.
ATG Group is delighted to be the sponsor of the Agri-Business of the Year Award which is open to all companies involved in agriculture, agri-business and food production. This category serves to recognise the diverse agriculture sector in the Causeway Coast & Glens Borough. Mark McKinney said “This is ATG’s second year sponsoring this award, and looking back at the very high standard of entries we witnessed in the first year, we are very much looking forward to what this year will bring. The agri-food sector is so important to the Causeway Coast and Glen’s borough and it is a great honour to be the sponsor of this year’s award.”
The awards ceremony takes place on Friday 29th September 2017 at the Ulster University Coleraine Campus at what promises to be a glittering finale with great entertainment and excitement; fun and networking; recognition and reward for all the finalists. For more info or to enter the awards visit http://www.causewaychamber.com/business-awards.
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