Cork 2017: Setting the bar high
The Emporium Company has invested nearly €7 million in four licensed premises in the county of Cork, supporting local jobs and suppliers writes Caroline Allen
Cork’s burgeoning population has seen a local hospitality operator invest almost €7 million in acquiring and renovating four licensed premises in the county.
The Emporium Company, led by Cork natives Ronan Murphy and Rory O’Doherty, is looking to expand its portfolio in Cork and beyond, with an emphasis on its management services offering.
The company has commercial interests in JJ Coppinger’s in Midleton, The Castle in Glanmire, Ballincollig’s Tradehouse and The...
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