Thursday July 2, 2020

Cork 2017: Unbottling Cork’s rich potential

18th June, 2017
Theo Cullinane, chief executive, BAM Barry Cronin

Ireland is one of the most attractive places in the world for companies to do business. Our highly educated, English speaking workforce, competitive corporate taxation, and access to the European market has brought significant foreign investment to our shores for many years.

What is often overlooked is the importance of smart, modern, large-scale office buildings to accommodate these companies and their employees.

This is increasingly important as competition from around the world makes it increasingly...

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