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Success builds with top developments

The cluster effect in Cork’s thriving pharma and cyber-security sector is creating employment, writes Caroline Allen

26th June, 2016
Lorraine Sammon, director, KPMG Audit and Assurance, and Stephen Keohane, director of KPMG Tax

A spate of high-profile developments in and around Cork is marking the city apart as a growing employment hub, according to Lorraine Sammon, director, KPMG Audit and Assurance.

The landmark office development, One Albert Quay, has opened at a cost of €50 million, while Páirc Uí Chaoimh is also undergoing redevelopment, and the mixed-use Capitol Cinema project is under way in the city centre.

“All are creating significant direct and indirect jobs...

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