Exciting times for Cork as business continues to boom

The city should be on everyone’s short-list as a promising business location, says Barrie O’Connell, partner in charge at KPMG Cork

16th June, 2019
Barrie O’Connell of KPMG Cork: ‘All the indicators are positive’

Growing businesses and thriving start-ups are commonplace in Cork, and the southern city should be on everyone’s short-list as a promising business location. So says Barrie O’Connell, partner in charge at KPMG Cork.

“It’s an exciting time for Cork,” said O’Connell. “The Financial Times’ FDI Magazine named Cork as the most business friendly small city in Europe last year, as investors buy into the significant long-term potential of the city. Cork...

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