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Web Design

B2B Communications specialises in rich, dynamic and mobile-friendly web design and development. We meticulously design and build our websites using the most up-to-date technologies to ensure the very best in stability, security and user experience. Whether you need a simple brochure website or a fully integrated e-commerce site, our team have the skills and experience to design, build and execute a website that will keep your visitors coming back time and time again.

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Public Relations

Good public relations is more than just churning out regular press releases and liaising with the media. It’s about being able to reach, influence, and persuade your key audiences. And that requires a range of creative communication strategies.

B2B Communications designs all its PR campaigns from the ground up, starting with our client’s business goals, in fact our clients regularly find themselves involved. It is about communicating their messages clearly and creatively.

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Graphic Design

B2B Communications can plan and manage all of your design needs in-house. Our expert graphic design service generates design to complement the strategic messages.

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B2B Communications is a marketing company that creates and implements clear marketing strategies whether it’s for Waterford, the South East or national businesses.

We help you tell your story, the story that will tell your customers exactly what you can do for them. Sticking to an agreed budget, we plan how to market you and your business.

We control your reputation with interesting public relations and show our attention to detail when organising events and launches.

No matter what you call it, corporate ID, brand development or you just need a new logo, B2B Communications can create an image that suit your needs.

Whether it’s just an advertisement that needs to be designed or a sophisticated multimedia campaign we achieve quality results integrating good design with savvy marketing.chamber-member-2016-200px

Logo design, web design, advertising and communications design is all produced in-house.

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25/09/2016. Free To Use IMAGE. New Tiger Turf pitch to launch next generation of Hockey players in Waterford. Pictured at new ‘Tiger Turf’ hockey pitch at Newtown School Waterford City are U-14 Hockey Team members with Rachel Shute and Teagan Stanley with Craig Fulton, Irish men’s Olympic coach. Also pictured are Mark O'Donnell, Kyle Fitzmorris, Harry Belton, Zac Green, Marco Laura, George O'Shea and Eoin Moran. Picture: Patrick Browne

New Tiger Turf pitch to launch next generation of Hockey players in Waterford 

For a minority sport hockey has made its mark in Ireland this year. The heroics of the men’s team at the 2016 Rio Olympics has inspired a new generation of hockey players, both male and female, throughout the country.

While Dublin and Cork have always been the twin capitals of hockey in Ireland the real growth of the sport can be seen in the regions, and nowhere is this more evident than in Waterford.

The opening of a new ‘Tiger Turf’ hockey pitch at Newtown School Waterford is set to become the launching pad for this new generation of internationals and Olympians.

Newtown School Waterford has been the home for hockey in Waterford for generations. National sports stars of other codes, Nick Popplewell (Irish and Lions rugby), Niall Tuohy (Athletics)and Jamie Deacon (Rugby) all represented their country in hockey while attending Newtown School Waterford.

But this investment is all due to one grandfather’s ambition.

Roger Johnson, former vice principal of Newtown School was selected for Ireland in hockey in 1958, his son Craig also represented Ireland in 1985. So when his grandson Ben was named on the Irish under 16 squad for a European Championships in Antwerp last summer, Roger knew something had to be done about the twenty-year-old Newtown pitch Ben learned his sport and honed his skills on.

The old AstroTurf, despite serving Newtown and Waterford hockey club well since 1997, was past its best and even a detriment to the progress of th

New Tiger Turf pitch to launch next generation of Hockey players in Waterford

For a minority sport hockey has made its mark in Ireland this year. The heroics of the men’s team at the 2016 Rio Olympics has inspired a new generation of hockey players, both male and female, throughout the country. While Dublin and Cork have always been the twin capitals of hockey in Ireland the real … Continued


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The search is on for Waterford’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2016

The search for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) got underway in Waterford on Friday, 16th September at an event hosted by Waterford’s Local Enterprise Office. With a €2million investment fund available, including a €50,000 investment fund for the successful Waterford entrepreneurs, the enterprise initiative from the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation and Enterprise Ireland … Continued


Photo by Colin Shanahan - DigiCol Photography & Media Productions (c) 2016 - http://www.digicolphotography.com -

Waterford Harvest Festival brings crowds of Happy Harvesters to the Deise

The Waterford Harvest Festival brought the Viking Triangle, Ballybricken and the city centre to life in a blaze of food glory as thousands of visitors attended the three-day festival, which showcased the very best of Irish produce. Whilst the opening afternoon (Friday) of the Waterford Harvest Festival was hampered by the inclement weather, by Day … Continued