Tue, 13 Aug 2013
SMILE Resource Exchange project

The SMILE Resource Exchange project is in the running to becoming one of the EU’s most innovative low-carbon initiatives as they compete in the European Commission’s “A World You Like With A Climate You Like” challenge. If you are not already familiar with SMILE, it is a resource efficiency initiative which aims to assist businesses to re-use each other’s materials, by-products and surplus ‘waste’ products in order to reduce waste going to landfill, to increase the life of resources through reuse and thus promoting more sustainable business practises.

The competition is a daily public vote and you can vote here.

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Tue, 11 Dec 2012
CEF Annual Environmental Awards 2012

Silver Angel Publishing is the winner of the CEF Annual Environmental Awards 2012 (Business & Commercial Category) Many thanks to the Cork Environmental Forum for this honour! More over at

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Wed, 21 Mar 2012
Silver Angel shortlisted for award

Silver Angel has been shortlisted for the Green Communications Award for this year's Green Awards. The awards aim to celebrate excellence in sustainability and to encourage green best practice amongst Ireland's organisations and individuals. More information at

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Mon, 28 Nov 2011
The Cork News & David Manley Awards

The Cork News included Silver Angel Publishing in an article about the David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards. To read more visit their website.

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Thu, 24 Nov 2011
Silver Angel shortlisted for David Manley Awards

I’m delighted to announce that Silver Angel Publishing has been shortlisted for the David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards 2012. The David Manley Awards nurture the enterprising spirit in Business, the Arts and in the Social community and Silver Angel is one of three shortlisted companies in the Arts Category. All nine shortlisted entrants receive free mentoring from Enterprise Ireland and the overall winner will win mentoring and business advice valued at €100,000 plus a financial grant of €10,000 in cash.

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