Cork Chamber of Commerce celebrates a city growing steadily in confidence
Flourishng financial services, a vibrant jobs market, growing tourism and more investment in sustainable building are all turning Cork into a premier destination for business, writes Graham Clifford
At Cork Chamber of Commerce, there is a palpable sense of optimism as Cork embraces the future and prepares for the years ahead.
“2018 is a time of great opportunity and excitement for Cork. Ireland 2040 provides a resounding endorsement of Cork as Ireland’s second city, the fastest growing city region over the next 20 years and the fulcrum of the entire southern region,” said Conor Healy, chief executive, Cork Chamber of Commerce.
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