Cork 2017: Increased connectivity puts Cork on the map
CorkBIC has played a key role in bringing high-speed underwater cables to Cork, writes Caroline Allen
New high-speed underwater cable links will position Cork as a highly-connected city and metro region for at least the next decade, according to Michael O’Connor, chief executive of CorkBIC.
A private sector-led organisation, CorkBIC identifies and builds knowledge-intensive companies.
It helps entrepreneurs to raise finance, devise business propositions, arrange agreements with shareholders and investors, and find customers.
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