Founded by Kerry based teen blogger and YouTuber, Zoe O’Connor, winners will be announced at .eu Web Awards Gala on 16th of November in Brussels, Belgium
www.teentimes.eu was today announced as a finalist in the forthcoming .eu Web Awards which will be held in Brussels, Belgium on Wednesday 16th of November. Founded by Kerry based teen blogger and YouTuber Zoe O’Connor, teentimes.eu is one of three finalists in the ‘House of .eu’ Category for the best website or blog which represents companies or private persons in the news, media or entertainment industry. Zoe will be traveling to Brussels for the Gala Awards ceremony in November where winners in all 5 categories, (Leaders, Rising Stars, The Laurels, House of .eu and Better World) will be officially announced at the glittering awards ceremony. For more information visit www.teentimes.eu or webawards.eurid.eu
Zoe O’Connor commented
“I started my blog a few years ago, with no ambitions other than having a place to write about all the things I loved. From there, it has grown and grown and I now have a platform to share my opinions on teen issues, as well as fashion & lifestyle. I am really looking forward to the awards night in Brussels and getting a chance to meet all of the other talented finalists.”
www.teentimes.eu is a blog written by a teen for teens and the parents of teens. It features articles on beauty, fashion and lifestyle and also commentary on issues that affect teens including anxiety and confidence. The other finalists in the House of .eu category include E-spaces.eu and Chepassione.eu The Web Awards is an online competition, launched in 2014, where .eu and .eo websites can be nominated for a chance to win a prestigious award to be presented at a stunning ceremony in Brussels. Nominations were open to all sites, be they an established national business, a start-up, a green initiative promoter, an educational institution or an entertainment blog Zoe O Connor is a leaving certificate student in Brookfield College in Tralee, County Kerry. She is a well known blogger and YouTuber and also writes a weekly column for www.traleetoday.ie For more information visit www.teentimes.eu.