Saturday June 6, 2020

New arrivals putting the city centre back in business

Business is back at the heart of Cork city, according to DC Cahalane, chief executive at Republic of Work, a 15,500 sq ft innovation campus on South Mall

16th June, 2019
DC Cahalane, chief executive at Republic of WorkMichael O’Sullivan

Business is back at the heart of Cork city, according to DC Cahalane, chief executive at Republic of Work, a 15,500 sq ft innovation campus on South Mall. “Traditionally, the city centre would have been retail only, but now there is so much growth in businesses returning to the city centre,” he said.

“Taking the example of Apple, the city’s largest employer, which has been in Cork for 38 years. In the last few...

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