Revive Active celebrates top award at business summit

Daithi O’Connor of Revive Active, Winners of the All-Star Made in Ireland section at the Fourth Annual All-Ireland Business Summit, with Chairperson Dr. Briga Hynes (left) of the Kemmy Business School at UL and sponsor Siobhan Kelly of NGA Human Resources.
Daithi O’Connor of Revive Active, Winners of the All-Star Made in Ireland section at the Fourth Annual All-Ireland Business Summit, with Chairperson Dr. Briga Hynes (left) of the Kemmy Business School at UL and sponsor Siobhan Kelly of NGA Human Resources.

Galway company Revive Active won the All-Star Business Award within the ‘Made In Ireland’ Category at the event held in Croke Park last Thursday.

The company had successfully navigated through three rounds of the competition, which included phone and personal interviews.

The fourth and final rounds included live judging, mystery shopping and independent ratings from consumers.

And the win added to the company’s flying start in 2018, adding this All-Star Business Award to its growing trophy cabinet of accolades including Best Beauty Product at the OTC Pharmacy Awards, the SFA National Small Business Award within the Food and Drink Category and Best Irish Product for Joint Complex by Rude Health Magazine readers.

Now employing 22 people, Revive Active is on a significant growth trajectory with turnover at the end of 2017 surpassing €4m and exporting online to 42 countries worldwide.

Revive Active has six products on the market including its flagship product Revive Active, Joint Complex, Mastermind, Beauty Complex, Antarctic Krill Oil and Ubiquinol Co-Q-10 and it sells in over 1,000 health food stores and pharmacies on the island of Ireland and in London and ships product worldwide, online at www.reviveactive.com.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.