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Welcoming our new Cork Chapter Chair, Patrick Kierans!

Article posted: 11/10/2022
Welcoming our new Cork Chapter Chair, Patrick Kierans!

Welcome to Patrick Kierans FCIM who has been appointed as Chair of the BITA Cork chapter, as well as joining the Board of our Manchester chapter. The Cork chapter has immensely grown under the incredible stewardship of Tina Coy and we are extremely delighted that she's remaining on the Cork Board to help continue to develop the chapter!

Patrick is an experienced, energetic Founder and board Director with a proven track record of delivering strategic communications consultancy and services to a broad range of clients from large multinationals to SMEs and start-ups. Skilled in Business Strategy, Marketing Communications Digital Marketing, Social Media, and New Business Development, he is a very commercially astute individual who helps organisations in the development and implementation of strategies for the delivery of both short and long term goals. He founded leading Marketing agency Dyjaho in 2016 and that firm acquired Dublin-based web agency Binate Digital in 2021. More recently he launched a new specialist real estate marketing agency called REM.

President and founder of BITA, Paul Whitnell, welcomed the appointment, saying “We are delighted to welcome Pat, a fellow Cork man as Chair of the board in Cork as well as joining the board of BITA in Manchester. This is a great step in terms of building relationships between BITA in the U.K. and Ireland. BITA is committed to bringing U.K. and Irish businesses together, forming alliances, and strengthening trade between the two countries. Pat will bring years of business experience and expertise to the board of BITA Manchester and will be able to bring the perspective of an Irish business owner to further our mission”.

We are very much looking forward to the contribution Patrick will make to the Cork Chapter as Chair of the Board, and the connections and relationships he will be able to bring together through his involvment in both the Cork and Manchester chapters of BITA!




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