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Jack and Jill Foundation (charity providing home respite and end-of-life care for children, Ireland)

Powabyke (electric bicycle build and retail, UK)

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BBH BBH (luxury hospitality, Malta)

Lisnavagh House and Gardens (wedding venue, Ireland)
Shankill Castle (art, farming and hospitality, Ireland)
Bunbury Boards (hand-made products from traced timber, Ireland)

PestalozziWorld (international children's education charity)

Michael Smurfitt School of Business, UCD (business school of UCD)

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