Online trading on the agenda in Cork

2nd April, 2017
Sean O’Sullivan, LEO South Cork; Cora Murphy, artist; James Kiernan, PayPal; Cara Nig Fhearraigh, Facebook; and Claire Graham, the Old Mill Stores, at the Trading Online event last month

Around 160 local business people gathered in the Rochestown Park hotel in Cork last month to find better ways to do business online.

The event, entitled Trading Online: The Power of Digital Engagement for your Business, was organised by the Cork local enterprise offices and the Department of Communications, Climate Action, and the Environment.

The event was held as part of Local Enterprise Week and featured speakers from local and multinational firms.

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