Fellowship Conferrals at Aviva Stadium Celebrate Ireland’s Leading Entrepreneurs
SYS Group CEO Tony Delaney has been conferred as a Fellow of the All-Ireland Business Foundation for services to entrepreneurship. He was nominated by an independent panel of leading academics and business experts.
Tony and fellow entrepreneurs were conferred at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Friday, December 9th, as part of the All-Ireland Business Foundation’s (AIBF) end-of-year conference – The Leaders & Entrepreneurs Forum.
Accreditation for SYS Group
SYS Group CEO Tony was presented with his Certificate of Fellowship by Margaret Considine, newly appointed President of the AIBF, as well as Dr Briga Hynes, University of Limerick, & Kieran Ring, Global Institute of Logistics, representing the AIBF’s Adjudication Panel.
Having been presented with the accreditation, Tony said, “I am honoured to be admitted as a Fellow to the All-Ireland Business Foundation. I have been working with the team at the AIBF for more than five years and it has proven to be a fantastic experience. The team is committed to providing the highest standard of excellence, which is a clear theme running throughout the TRIBE. I am grateful for the team at SYS Group, who continue to show their full support.”
Deputy Chair of the AIBF Adjudication Panel, Kieran Ring, praised Tony for his services to entrepreneurship.
“Fellowship reflects Tony’s dedication to the highest business standards and performance in his sector. Congratulations to Tony for continuing to drive the Irish economy to greater heights.”
Managing Director of the All-Ireland Business Foundation, Kapil Khanna, described the Fellowship induction as a fantastic celebration of Ireland’s leading lights of business:
“Our newly admitted Fellows of the AIBF represent what’s great about Irish business. Their drive, positivity and high performance have propelled the Irish economy to new heights, and we’re privileged to be working alongside them as members of The AIBF Register of Irish Business Excellence (TRIBE).”