Caroline Allen

Caroline Allen

Tyndall is shining a light on photonics

Tyndall is shining a light on photonics

Tyndall is leading Pixapp, an international consortium that is establishing a unique technology ecosystem in the city

UCC’s new school means business

UCC’s new school means business

UCC’s business school will be ideally placed in the heart of a new city centre business district

Trigon Hotels still building on its success

Trigon Hotels still building on its success

The group incorporates some of the best-known four-star hotels in Cork city: the 122-year-old Metropole, a Cork institution; the Cork International Hotel; and Cork Airport Hotel

Open for high-speed business

Open for high-speed business

Maryborough Hotel has this year invested heavily in upgrading its broadband facilities

Training tailored to today’s needs

Training tailored to today’s needs

Cork Education and Training Centre is adapting its apprenticeship offerings to meet the changing demands of organisations and industry

New arrivals putting the city centre back in business

New arrivals putting the city centre back in business

Business is back at the heart of Cork city, according to DC Cahalane, chief executive at Republic of Work, a 15,500 sq ft innovation campus on South Mall

Privacy and discretion assured at five-star venue

Privacy and discretion assured at five-star venue

Des McGahan and his wife Lisa returned to this country in 1998. Soon after, they bought and refurbished Ballinacurra House in Kinsale

A warm welcome in a unique setting on the Wild Atlantic Way

A warm welcome in a unique setting on the Wild Atlantic Way

The Celtic Ross, which is owned by the Wycherley family, is also working towards achieving four-star status and its owners hope to gain two AA rosettes for its restaurant

Shaping the future of healthcare

Shaping the future of healthcare

Irish-based organisations are changing the face of healthcare with a wide-ranging series of innovations, writes Caroline Allen

Annual healthcare bill of €17bn is ‘unsustainable’

Annual healthcare bill of €17bn is ‘unsustainable’

Graham Love of Mazars says the Irish health system’s budget is climbing at a worrying rate, necessitating some fresh thinking and a new approach, writes Caroline Allen

Cleaning industry eager to sweep away work permit restrictions

Cleaning industry eager to sweep away work permit restrictions

ICCA claims there is scope for a 20-25 per cent uplift in employment as it lobbies Heather Humphreys to remove barriers to recruitment.

SSE Airtricity wins at National Consumer Awards

SSE Airtricity wins at National Consumer Awards

The green energy provider took the coveted main prize of the evening: the Grand Prix – best consumer business in Ireland 2019

ICCA industry awards recognise behind-the-scenes excellence

ICCA industry awards recognise behind-the-scenes excellence

The awards ceremony is the biggest social event on the ICCA calendar, and remains popular with members and stakeholders in the industry

Murphy Surveys: an Irish success story

Murphy Surveys: an Irish success story

Murphy Surveys’ Cork office, located at Airport East Business Park, has seen continuous growth ...

Close Brothers eager to keep pace with rapid developments in Cork

Close Brothers eager to keep pace with rapid developments in Cork

Munster is seeing rapid development, with increasing investment in infrastructure around Cork and...