As a leading and trusted business partner, PwC advises businesses of every size to succeed. Our business sponsorships enable us to promote our expertise on key business issues to targeted audiences.
Whatever sector your business is in, building a sustainable corporate strategy means embracing environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles. We aim to future-proof organisations by making them more resilient and sustainable.
To help educate and inspire the Irish business community, we partner with the Business Post on an exclusive range of ESG initiatives:
Created and produced in partnership with PwC, these awards recognise the best Irish businesses promoting sustainability across a range of ESG categories. To submit a free and confidential entry, or to learn more about the awards, visit Sustainable Business Awards.
The Business Post's Five Degrees of Change podcast is an award-nominated energy and environment podcast, exclusively sponsored by PwC.
Each week, host Daniel Murray challenges leading business figures to propose their personal and policy changes for a greener world. The result is pragmatic and accessible conversations on the big environmental issues of the day.
When women leaders and entrepreneurs, founders and innovators tell their stories, we can all learn and be inspired. At PwC, we believe in championing transformation and celebrating the vision, resilience and ambition of successful businesswomen.
Through our IMAGE Media sponsorship, we create powerful opportunities to showcase this success. Its inspirational programme includes:
It also enables us to shine a light on our own amazing PwC women, inviting them to tell their own inspiring career stories.
Gavan Reilly’s programme offers an engaging mix of discussion and debate on the main issues in politics, policy and current affairs. It’s exclusively sponsored by PwC.
Every Sunday from 11am to 1pm, the On the Record panel reviews the Sunday newspapers and weekend sports, while offering expert analysis on the issues of the day and the week ahead Listen back now.
Developing and celebrating sporting talent and enabling future heroes to fulfill their potential aligns perfectly with our commitment to our own people.
Our long and far-reaching partnerships with both the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and Gaelic Players Association (GPA) have run since 2012. We expanded our commitment in 2017 by becoming the title sponsors of the PwC All-Star Awards.
In 2022, we also became the title sponsor of the PwC Camogie All-Star Awards, reinforcing our ambition to increase the profile and participation of women in sport.
In addition, the PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Awards and the PwC GPA Women’s Player of the Month Awards recognise and profile outstanding performances by players across all Gaelic codes throughout the championship season.
Discover more about our Gaelic games sponsorships Awards here.
Nurturing talent, developing resilience and supporting ambition is at the core of our partnership. Like the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU), we believe in enabling Ireland’s best young players to realise their full potential. That means never being satisfied, owning responsibility and being determined.
As partners of the IRFU since 2005, PwC is one of its longest-running sponsors, covering.
We also sponsor the National Training Squad programme (previously the Elite Player Development Pathway) to develop talented underage club and school players.
Irish life revolves around culture. We’re dedicated to collaboration and creativity to achieve innovative results, and our sponsorships in this space reflect that.
Great minds can spark extraordinary ideas. At the PwC/Business to Arts CEO forum, CEOs from across business and the arts join to discuss new technologies, insights and strategies.
Like Wexford Festival Opera, we believe in nurturing and inspiring young talent to realise their full potential.
As long-running partners of Wexford Festival Opera, we sponsor the Wexford Factory, an academy for young Irish or Irish-based singers. This two-year programme takes place in September, ahead of the annual international opera festival.
As one of Ireland's largest graduate employers, we focus on developing our people. Our education sponsorships mirror our commitment to nurturing talent and increasing learning opportunities for the next generation.
Our strategic partnership with University College Dublin (UCD) supports the development of:
It includes internship programmes, mentoring and academic programmes, as well as research and promoting equality in education and wellness.
We enable our staff who take time out of their working day to deliver Junior Achievement educational programmes targeted at inner city schools, educating students between 5 and 15 on business-related topics.
The DCU Access Programme promotes equality of access to third-level education for students from groups under-represented in higher education.
We’re proud to support it by providing scholarships and taking part in the Access summer internship placement programme.
By sponsoring the NUI Galway Skills Pathway, we can help equip students with valuable career skills: