Pandemic has done little to diminish shared vision for the future of Cork
Resilience is at the heart of the Sustainable Cork Programme which was launched by Cork Chamber of Commerce to support businesses
Despite the challenges of recent months, businesses in Cork remain firmly focused on a positive future for the city and county.
“Notwithstanding the pandemic, Brexit and climate change, the sentiment among businesses here is strong,” Conor Healy, the chief executive at Cork Chamber of Commerce, said.
The chamber supports and represents 1,200 businesses in Cork, employing more than 100,000 people.
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