Win a suite of professionally produced content to promote your business

Need a professionally produced video for your enterprise? Of course you’ll need fine words and a great logo that works on all platforms. How about getting all that for free?

Ballywire is delighted to support a competition to equip owner managed businesses with best in class online content to promote themselves.

A new website providing cost efficient content called has  just gone live and to celebrate its launch, the company is giving away four free content starter packs to four Irish businesses, two female led and two male led companies to help turbocharge their online presence.

To be in with a chance of winning, you just have to fill out a short form about your business on the website.

Here’s a flavour of what’s provided and the value of the prize.

Give More Power To Your Brand! from We Are Uppsy on Vimeo.

The launch prices for the range of packages aimed at boosting businesses online are detailed here.

The site has been designed and developed by Clare woman Audrey Kissane from Shannon, Co Clare.

A Banner woman through and through Audrey worked and studied abroad for a few years after college before settling down in Clarecastle, just a few miles from Shannon. A BA graduate in History and Politics from UL with a Masters in Journalism from Brunel University, London, Audrey Kissane’s, Digital Marketing Consultancy is headquartered in Magpie country – Clarecastle, County Clare.

‘My services include digital marketing consultancy, social media marketing, content creation, digital ad campaign management and sales funnel automation for businesses selling online.’ says Audrey who, despite the current economic environment is optimistic about the future of owner managed businesses.

‘With the promotional tools available online today, there’s never been more opportunity to start your own business. Start up costs used to be prohibitive, but because of how the digital landscape has evolved, it takes less start-up capital and fewer people to launch a successful business. I think we’ll see more and more entrepreneurship in Ireland in the years ahead – especially now that job security isn’t what it used to be and more businesses are focusing their businesses online.’ says the Clare native.

When not looking after the hubby and kids Audrey loves to learn and push her boundaries. ‘I invest a lot in courses and training and am inspired by strong female leaders like Marie Forleo and Brene Brown. I also love to travel, write, get to a good gig (whenever that can happen again!) and hike. When I need to switch off, there’s nothing better than taking off to the Cliffs of Moher retreat centre for a good restorative yoga session – which doesn’t happen as often as I’d like. I juggle a lot with family and work so quality chill time is important every now and then. I’ve always wanted to surf and never have, so that’s top of my bucket list!’.

Ballywire CEO Paul Collins has also inputted into the concept ‘We have worked with incredible national and international brands since the foundation of Ballywire and sharing some of our knowledge around professional content creation was something that seems the absolutely right thing to do today. The offerings provided at represent a response to the unprecedented times we are in to provide solutions that can be delivered remotely using zoom calls and online. Ballywire is still here for any major content creation demands. We have experienced two recessions at this stage and the doors are still open! Onwards!’ says the Tipp native.

The closing date of the competition is Friday September 26th 2020. Best of luck!

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