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Business News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

End of roaming sees significant increase in mobile usage

There has been a significant increase in mobile calls and data usage by European citizens travelling in the EU, according to a report from...

Micro-generation review now urgent

The opportunity for small scale micro-generation energy projects, benefiting, home owners, community groups and small businesses, to generate a lot more of Ireland’s energy...

UCC named one of world’s ‘most sustainable’ universities

University College Cork (UCC) has become the only university in Ireland to make the top 10 in a list of the ‘greenest’ universities in...

Start-ups offered a home-away-from-home in Dublin following €200k investment

An investment of €200,000 in a new CoConnect initiative by Dublin’s Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) will help build connections with enterprise hubs nationwide. The programme,...

Cork Airport wins national award for its charity fundraisers

Cork Airport’s Charity of the Year programme has won the Social Good – Corporate 2018 award at the Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s (PMI) prestigious...

Legislation approved to put 5-year minimum expiry date on gift vouchers

The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, announced on Thursday, 20th December, that she has secured Cabinet approval to publish the...

Sport success meets business success at Cork networking event

November 28th was a very wet and windy morning for people in Cork, however there were a number of Cork based entrepreneurs who braved...

Fermoy man’s packaging business continues to boom

Zeus, the global packaging solutions company owned by Brian O’Sullivan who lives in Fermoy, has announced its acquisition of Aldar Tissues, the Irish sustainable...

Urgent need to reduce reliance on fossil fuels

The latest national data and trends on energy use and renewable energy in Ireland, shows a 0.5% increase in energy demand as the economy...

SEAI calls on business leaders in Munster to invest in energy...

Ireland’s largest energy users saved €14.5 million in energy costs last year, according to the annual review released by the Sustainable Energy Authority of...

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