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Investing In Cork’s future

Investing In Cork’s future

The projected growth of Cork city’s population must be matched by investment in infrastructure, business leaders have warned

Cork chamber backing resilient communities

Cork chamber backing resilient communities

A community funding drive aims to raise €200,000 in partnership with Social Innovation Fund Ireland (Sifi)

Keeping Close to local businesses

Keeping Close to local businesses

Ciaran McAreavey, managing director at Close Brothers Commercial Finance, is upbeat about recent developments in Cork city and county and future prospects for the region

A city of the future with a rich past

A city of the future with a rich past

While construction company Bam is playing a big part in some of the exciting new developments in Cork city, it is also helping to preserve important buildings from the past

Cork 2019: Built for the future

Cork 2019: Built for the future

Cork’s boundary expansion has brought with it new hopes for the city’s development

Meeting the challenge of how to serve needs of a growing city

Meeting the challenge of how to serve needs of a growing city

Cork’s expansion means it will need more housing and a top-class public transport system if quality of life is to be maintained, writes Lorraine Courtney

Exciting times for Cork as business continues to boom

Exciting times for Cork as business continues to boom

The city should be on everyone’s short-list as a promising business location, says Barrie O’Connell, partner in charge at KPMG Cork

No time to sleep for hotel owners

No time to sleep for hotel owners

Demand for hotel rooms in Cork city is growing and Ireland’s largest hotel operator Dalata has been quick to respond, writes Lorraine Courtney

Trigon Hotels still building on its success

Trigon Hotels still building on its success

The group incorporates some of the best-known four-star hotels in Cork city: the 122-year-old Metropole, a Cork institution; the Cork International Hotel; and Cork Airport Hotel

Riding the Crest of Cork’s success

Riding the Crest of Cork’s success

For Crest Solutions’ chief executive, Cork has the edge on Dublin when it comes to doing business and finding that all-important work-life balance

Construction time again for JJ Rhatigan & Company

Construction time again for JJ Rhatigan & Company

Securing a number of commercial and hotel projects together with the Social Housing Bundle 2 PPP means the company expects to grow its workforce by 70 per cent

A new quarter for an historic part of Cork

A new quarter for an historic part of Cork

Design takes centre stage in the redevelopment of disused railway lands at Horgan’s Quay, which will include offices, apartments and a hotel

Ireland’s real start-up capital?

Ireland’s real start-up capital?

With 690 new companies set up in the first quarter of 2019 alone, and with strong support systems for early-stage entrepreneurs, Cork’s start-up scene is thriving, writes Arlene Harris

CIF summit will be built around plans for growth

CIF summit will be built around plans for growth

The Southern Construction Summit will showcase some of the big projects ahead while focusing on how to maximise economic expansion in the region

Open for high-speed business

Open for high-speed business

Maryborough Hotel has this year invested heavily in upgrading its broadband facilities