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RSM’s expertise drives clients’ businesses in the right direction

RSM’s expertise drives clients’ businesses in the right direction

John Glennon, managing partner of RSM Ireland, shares the trends and growth the firm has experienced in the transactions industry in Ireland and globally. Siobhán Maguire reports

Outlook for Ireland remains positive

Outlook for Ireland remains positive

The IMF’s latest report has concluded that our economy is highly dynamic, writes Siobhán Maguire

Technology is key for companies that want to build into the future

Technology is key for companies that want to build into the future

Construction has been slow to embrace the digital elements that many other industries have, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Cork 2019: A thriving tech hub

Cork 2019: A thriving tech hub

This week’s software development conference Rebelcon will showcase Cork’s booming technology sector, writes Chrissie Russell

New arrivals putting the city centre back in business

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

Luxury rooms with a view

Luxury rooms with a view

Cork’s newly refurbished Montenotte Hotel has been described as Ireland’s most Instagram-able hotel, but it is so much more than that

Privacy and discretion assured at five-star venue

Privacy and discretion assured at five-star venue

Des McGahan and his wife Lisa returned to this country in 1998. Soon after, they bought and refurbished Ballinacurra House in Kinsale

Every company has a story to tell, especially in Cork

Every company has a story to tell, especially in Cork

Jonathan Healy, managing director at PR and communications agency Healy Communications says there is a significant sense of confidence and optimism in Cork right now

A warm welcome in a unique setting on the Wild Atlantic Way

A warm welcome in a unique setting on the Wild Atlantic Way

The Celtic Ross, which is owned by the Wycherley family, is also working towards achieving four-star status and its owners hope to gain two AA rosettes for its restaurant

Global ambition that is second to none

Global ambition that is second to none

A multinational and well-educated workforce, along with lower rental costs, means Cork is competing on an international stage for foreign direct investment

Forward planning for county success

Forward planning for county success

Cork County Council’s chief executive Tim Lucey outlines his vision for the future

Icon grows its numbers with office move

Icon grows its numbers with office move

The company offers a range of accountancy and compliance services to independent professional contractors in the Irish market

How to build a better work environment

How to build a better work environment

Jacobs Ireland’s newly refurbished Cork office reflects the multinational company’s commitment to engineering positive solutions for its staff and clients

A buzzy investment firm in a honeypot location

A buzzy investment firm in a honeypot location

BlackBee offers clients innovative investment products and services while its employees can have a high quality of life and lower cost of living in a burgeoning city, writes Arlene Harris

Tyndall is shining a light on photonics

Tyndall is shining a light on photonics

Tyndall is leading Pixapp, an international consortium that is establishing a unique technology ecosystem in the city