Outstanding Small Business Winner (less than 5 employees) - TheTaste.ie

TheTaste.ie, led by husband and wife team Keith and Jules Mahon, is a digital food, drink and travel magazine. A new format of writing dedicated to Ireland’s growing foodie culture, it has grown to five million readers in just two years. Now the most read food magazine in Ireland, a team of five passionate writers based in Drumcondra have achieved the ultimate award in 2016 from Gourmand for Best Digital Food Magazine in the world.


Mezzo Music Academy, which came highly commended in the same category,  was established just over six years ago, and provides music tuition for newborn babies right up to adults in their 80s. Mezzo currently has over 450 students and 40 teachers. With a dynamic team of mostly young teachers who inspire their students and encourage them to love music for life, Mezzo hosts three recitals a year, where all students are encouraged to perform and build confidence. Committed to building a centre of excellence, their unique personal touch nurtures an environment where music learning is always fun and enjoyable.


This category is kindly sponsored by AIB.


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