Countdown to France 2019: Coca-Cola celebrates FIFA Women's World Cup
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is about to kick off. Find out about the players and fixtures we’re most excited to see, and what you can expect to see from Coca-Cola as the tournament’s official partner…This summer, the women’s game takes over.That’s right, the FIFA Women’s World Cup is nearly upon us.
The Coca-Cola Thank You Fund 2019 applications now open: €100,000 up for grabs for worthy causes!
The Coca-Cola Thank You Fund, now in its ninth year, is our way of supporting and giving back to some of Ireland and Northern Ireland’s most amazing youth-centric causes.Any Irish non-profit organisation aimed towards promoting healthy, active lifestyles and environmental leadership in young people
“I came home a changed woman”: How the Thrive Project is transforming Irish businesses
They say the secret to getting ahead is getting started. But a helping hand and a push in the right direction can do wonders, especially when it comes to start-ups. Even we had to start somewhere and – despite the fact that we’ve been around longer than the term ‘start-up’ – we too were once
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Feel like a champion: The Coca-Cola Premier League Trophy Tour
The Premier League title is widely considered one of the toughest crowns in world football. Over a marathon season of high drama, big upsets, and play of the highest calibre, you can guarantee the cream will rise to the top as the year’s most deserved team lifts the trophy. But with Coca-Cola,
St Patrick’s Day: Exploring Coca-Cola’s unique relationship with Ireland
Does the name Tom Robinson ring a bell? We’re pretty confident that very few of you will be saying “yes” to that question – unless you’re thinking of the ‘2, 4, 6, 8 Motorway’ singer, that is. But if you’re a fan of Coca-Cola original taste – and all our other great brands, for that matter – you’ve
International Women’s Day Panel: Sharing a Coke with the women behind our business
With International Women’s Day 2019 looking to inspire a new kind of #BalanceForBetter in the world of work, we thought there’d be no better time to ask some of the women who make Coca-Cola Ireland tick what they think of the challenges women face in 2019, how things are changing for the better, and
Aspartame and sweeteners: Separating fact from fiction
When it comes to aspartame, there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there. If you were put to the test, could you spot aspartame fiction from aspartame fact?In Great Britain and Ireland, aspartame is one of our most commonly used sweeteners. It’s made from the same building blocks of protein
Crushed it: Coca-Cola Ireland employees set a can-crushing Guinness World Record!
We’ve been busy setting a new Guinness World Record – and helping recycle over 1,500 cans in the process...What do you think of when you think of Guinness World Records? Fastest mile? Longest jump? How about crushing cans? Because that’s exactly what over 400 of our employees in Ireland can now
Ireland gets active with Coca-Cola Zero Sugar bikes
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar have partnered with the government, the National Transport Authority and a number of city and county councils to bring Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Bikes across the country and to get people pedalling! Click here to find out more: http://www.coca-cola.ie/coca-cola-zero-bikes