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Vindicta Digital Founder, James Blake Shortlisted For Prestigious Belfast Business Award

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Today we received confirmation that our founder James has been listed as a finalist in the Belfast Business Awards 2019.

 

 

James being only 25, has been shortlisted for the “Best Young Business Person (Under 30)” award with 5 other finalists.

The Awards Gala night takes place on FRIDAY 10th May in the impressive surroundings of Titanic, Belfast.  This is a black tie /formal event.

Tickets can be bought here: https://belfastchamber.com/2019-belfast-business-awards/gala-night/

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