When it comes to business, and certainly IT and telecoms, there are few firms more synonymous with Gaelic games, particularly here in the Saffron county than our new sponsors b4b Group.
Since its foundation in 2014, the business which is a longstanding member of the Saffron Business Forum has always had close ties with the GAA. Co-founder and Chairman of the company Dominic Kearns helped set up the Business Forum which has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for the development of the county teams and development squads over the last 5 years. He will of course have more than one eye on Dunloy Cuchullains’ mission to take the senior county hurling title on Sunday 10th October.
The Belfast-based company’s co-founder and Managing Director Thomas O’Hagan, himself proudly associated with Armagh Harps, while Ballycastle-native Neal McAuley, a Senior Account Manager with b4b and former inter-county hurler needs no introduction.
With a list of clients that includes the Antrim County Board, b4b Group provides a range of services including Managed IT, Broadband, Mobile and Telecommunications solutions.
It provides connectivity to clubs and county grounds across Ireland and more recently Wi-Fi for press facilities as well as enabling the online streaming of games – crucial throughout lockdown and in connecting clubs with their diaspora across the globe.
The company also plays a huge role in supporting grassroots sports including as shirts sponsor of the Antrim Minor camogs.
With clients across the private and public sectors, b4b Group works with organisations across multiple industries from retail, manufacturers, hotel and hospitality, health providers to business, enterprise parks, and beyond.
It works with a suite of global partners including household names such as Samsung and Microsoft to provide a range of services covering all aspects of IT and telecommunications.
For further information about b4b Group and how it may help your business, visit www.b4bgroup.ie