O2 launches sales pitch competition

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2 July 2010 | 0

O2 has launched a €50,000 competition for SMEs. To enter, all an SME has to do is submit a short sales pitch either by email, text or Twitter – no more than 140 characters – on why their company deserves the prize. The competition is being run in association with The Star newspaper.

The winning business will receive €50,000 worth of marketing and communications business services including over €20,000 of advertising space and €6,000 worth of O2 office landline, fixed broadband and mobile services. In addition, the SME will receive €19,000 worth of digital, PR, online and advertising creative services from Ireland’s top communications agencies.

“We have put together a prize that combines the best thinking in current marketing practice and some nice rewards that will help any SME grow its business. As well as advertising, the package includes helping the SME develop its online presence through digital marketing and PR from some of the most creative agencies in Ireland,” commented Jonnie Cahill, head of communications & sponsorship, Telef

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