How Cork can turn Brexit to its advantage

The city and the surrounding region are in a prime position to win some jobs in the wake of Britain's exit from the EU, writes Quinton O’Reilly

17th June, 2018
How Cork can turn Brexit to its advantage
Celine Fox, partner, KPMG Cork

Cork has long established itself as a strong hub for entrepreneurial activity, indigenous business and multinational companies to set up and that advantage will only continue to grow.

As far as opportunities go, Cork and the surrounding Munster region is in a prime position to grow. As the second biggest city in Ireland, it has been gradually building up its base as a prime hub for private enterprises, both small and large, to grow and...

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