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Oliver Appointed as Creative Agency of Dublin 2018 World Para Swimming Championships

Back row, from left, Ellen Keane, Barry McClements, Miriam Malone, CEO Paralympics Ireland and Chair of Dublin 2018 LOC, Mark McCann, CEO of Oliver Ireland, Jonathan McGrath, Sean O’Riordan and front row, from left, Patrick Flanagan, Nicole Turner, John Fulham, President of Paralympics Ireland and Ailbhe Kelly. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

The Dublin-based agency Oliver has been appointed as the creative agency to the World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships that will take place at the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre from August 13th – 19th.

The agency has been working closely with the local organising committee of Dublin 2018 to produce the creative branding suite for the championships. Oliver will also oversee the transformation of the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre into a fully branded venue for #Dublin2018.

According to Oliver’s CEO Mark McCann: “All of us here at Oliver are extremely excited to be appointed the Official Creative Agency for these championships. Our talented team has been working tremendously hard to create branding that does justice to such an inspiring event. Like all the athletes who will compete in August, we have a goal in mind. Oliver’s goal is to grow by delivering value to our clients. This is a goal achieved through continuously investing in the teams’ expertise and ability to provide the widest range of brilliant services that deliver

According to  Dublin 2018, LOC Chairperson Miriam Malone: “We are delighted to announce this partnership between OLIVER Agency and the LOC of Dublin 2018. OLIVER has already produced a wonderful suite of brand inventory for the championships that have truly brought the competition to life. We can’t wait to see the brand live in all championship publications and in the venue during the week of August 13th-19th.”


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