Businesses Leeside hopeful for future
The second annual Cork University Business School (CUBS) got underway in the city this afternoon.
Business in Cork looks like its about to 'really take off'.
That's according to the CEO of Republic of Work, who was speaking at the second annual Cork University Business School (CUBS) conference.
He says the investment in Cork included in the Ireland 2040 plan is evidence of the potential for future business growth in the city and county.
Speaking to RedFM News, CEO of Republic of Work, DC Cahalane says things are already looking brighter for business in Cork
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