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Cork 2017: Leading the way to a thriving future

Over the next 33 years, Cork Chamber of Commerce aims to help realise ambitions to create an additional 120,000 jobs in what is to become the fulcrum of a bustling southern region

18th June, 2017
Conor Healy, chief executive, Cork Chamber of Commerce

Cork is ideally placed to scale in the future and become the fulcrum of a thriving southern region, according to Conor Healy, chief executive, Cork Chamber of Commerce.

“Stakeholders from across the community, city, county and business have come together to create a shared vision for Cork as we plan ahead to 2050,” said Healy.

Central to this vision is growing Cork’s population to more than 846,000 people and creating an additional 120,000 jobs...

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