Celebrating business in the arts

Irish businesses should celebrate their connection to the arts and continue to invest, despite the downturn in the economy, writes Martha Kearns.

14th May, 2011

Irish businesses should celebrate their connection to the arts and continue to invest, despite the downturn in the economy, writes Martha Kearns.

This is according to Stuart McLaughlin, chief executive of Business to Arts, who said that investment in arts was crucial to creating a rich society that underpinned economic and creative recovery. He added that it was critical to showcase the breadth of corporate support for arts.

Business to Arts has advocated increased investment...

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