Aviation Export Award

This award is open to any producer or supplier engaged in the exportation of aviation related products or services from the island of Ireland. In the last 18 months, you must have expanded or secured new export markets in the field of aviation related products or services. Entrants must be currently exporting to one or more countries and have an expanding sales profile over the last 18 months. The judges will base their decisions on what your company has done differently to build up sustainable overseas markets. It is essential that your application highlights your key strengths strategies and achievements. Each company must submit evidence for the size and nature of the organisation.

Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission; the judges will be looking for clear information, backed up by evidence, that pays particular attention to the criteria listed below.

Main Export Markets: List your main export markets and the total number of countries to which you export.

Increase in Export Sales: What was your percentage increase in export sales in the last 18 months?

Marketing Techniques or Technologies: Have you increased your export market and what creative or unique marketing techniques or technologies were used by your company?

Overseas Marketing Control: Is your overseas marketing control within Ireland?

Reasons your Company Stands Out from the Crowd: What are the reasons your company stands out from the crowd and should be granted a sector award?

Impact to the Community and Local Economy: What impact has your company had on the community and the local economy (i.e.: job creation, new technology, etc.)?

How to Enter

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All entrants must submit a document of no more than 5 A4 pages that covers the key criteria set out for the category they are entering.

Before making your submission, please read the terms and conditions and ensure the following:

  • All activities cited in support of your entries must have been on-going within the past 24 months unless stated otherwise in the criteria.
  • The entering party has to have an office in the ROI or NI, and they must operate services into/out of/within the island of Ireland unless stated otherwise in the criteria
  • Make sure you focus on good hard information, backed up by solid facts and figures.