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

Cork winner of €85,000 media bursary

Ballymaloe Foods has been named the winner of The Love Irish Food Brand Development Award for 2018 and awarded a fully funded €85,000 advertising campaign. The award win...

APC Microbiome Ireland generates €1.2 million a week for the Irish...

Research indicates that the vast ecosystem of organisms that lives in our digestive systems might be as complex and influential as our genes in...

€1 million investment to bring 20 jobs to Cork

A leading modular and offsite heating solutions provider has launched two online ecommerce companies in Ireland, which will create 20 jobs over the coming...

Talent crunch intensifies

A decrease of 8.5% in the number of new professional job opportunities available in November compared to the previous month has been noted in...

Challenging environment means that trading is broadly on par with last...

Following consultation with over three hundred retailers on the week leading up to and including Christmas Eve (19th to 24th December), and in formulating the second...

Hotels bracing for Brexit storm

Despite another year of growth in 2018, business sentiment among hotels in Cork and across the country has dropped significantly according to the latest...

AIB donate €11,050 to The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation

AIB, proud sponsors of both Club and County, along with AXA, exclusive underwriters of AIB’s insurance presented The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation with...

Businesses advised to prepare ‘Brexit readiness’ statement

Companies whose activities are likely to be affected by the impact of Brexit, even to a minor extent, are being advised to prepare a...

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...

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