The CCD has been recognised as Company of the Year SME in the KeepWell awards. 

It was a successful night for The CCD at this year’s KeepWell awards as the venue was named as Company of the Year SME. These awards celebrate the efforts an organisation makes to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees at work.

This is the first year that The CCD has been awarded this award following on from achieving the KeepWell Mark in December 2021. The announcement was made at the black-tie event which took place in the Round Room at the Mansion House Dublin. On the night, The CCD beat off competition from three other organisations including Roche, Indaver and DeCare.

Accepting the award on the night, Debbie Low, Director of People and Culture at The CCD said, “It’s fantastic to win Company of the Year SME at the KeepWell awards.”

“The CCD is committed to sustaining an engaged and healthy workforce”, she continued. “By implementing a culture that embraces positive health and wellbeing, we support all members of our team to take responsibility for their own wellbeing, enabling them to reach their full potential in the workplace and live happy, healthy, balanced lives”.

The CCD has hosted over 2,000 events and won 57 awards since opening.

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About The CCD
The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) opened in September 2010 and is Ireland’s only purpose-built international convention centre. Located in the heart of Dublin city, just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport, The CCD has won a total of 57 industry awards since opening. For more information, please visit

About the KeepWell Awards
This year's awards recognise the class of 2021/22 under the following categories:
·   Best in Class Leadership Award
·   Best in Class Nutrition Award
·   Best in Class Physical Activity Award
·   Best in Class Mental Health Award
·   Company of the Year Award: SME
·   Company of the Year Award: Large

About the KeepWell mark
Ibec is helping companies in Ireland embrace corporate wellness through the KeepWell programme. This programme focuses on the key areas of workplace wellbeing ranging from leadership, metal health and absence management to physical activity and healthy eating. On joining the programme, organisations receive our framework of standards in all areas of workplace wellbeing, tools to benchmark your organisations current performance and invitations to community events and clinics for best practice sharing and expert advice.