Cork: Winter has passed

Cork has time and again proven itself to be an efficient and accessible place to do business, writes Michael Lynch and Karen Conboy.

29th June, 2014

‘Winter Has Passed” has both business and (for some) biblical connotations. Has winter passed in a commercial sense for Cork? It is probably too early too early to call this. No doubt certain areas continue to face challenges given continued weak consumer demand. Nonetheless there are also many causes for optimism.

Living and working in Cork you are acutely aware of its proud history in trade and commerce.

The city and county exemplify...

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