CBA News

Minister Patrick O’Donovan visits Cork to discuss Flood Relief Delays

We were pleased to meet with Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan with responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW)   during his visit to Cork city on Wednesday last, where he met with the Lord Mayor, the CEO of Cork City Council, and with representatives of the Cork Business Association (CBA) and Cork Chamber to discuss progress on the Lower Lee Flood […]

Pop your Cork in the Dean!

To celebrate their opening December 2020, The Dean Cork have announced the following special offers: Offer 1: Hello Cork/Pop your Cork Rates from €170 total mid-week / €200 total weekend   Say Hello to Ireland’s real capital from The Dean Cork, a brand-new slice of boutique bliss in the heart of the city.   Big bouncy […]

Voluntary and Compulsory Redundancy

  We prefer to stay positive as much as we can, but sometimes we have to be realistic and find ourselves forced to make difficult decisions. If you are preparing redundancies here are the basic things you need to know provided by Peninsula. If you want to read Peninsula’s tips on how to cut costs […]

Cork Airport needs national support!

Cork Airport is of vital importance to the economy of Cork, both city and county. Not only for the tourism sector. A weaker accessibility would also be a reason for potential international investors to look elsewhere. The CBA strongly encourages the government to step in and support our airport and Ryanair to reconsider closing their […]

Cork Connected Autumn 2020

Enjoy reading all about Cork Business in CBA’s magazine The Cork Connected Get to know our president Eoin O’Sullivan, discover the winner mentality of Marianne Delaney from cafe Gusto and learn how to cut costs without having to let your staff go.   Read the Cork Connected here  

State action on Covid19-related business interruption claims ‘invisible’

Alliance echoes call of lone horseman for ‘complete reform of insurance’ State action on Covid19-related business interruption claims ‘invisible’   As horseman Sean Kilkenny continues his insurance protest trek from County Clare to Leinster House with his coach and horses, the Alliance for Insurance Reform has expressed intense frustration at ongoing delays in action on insurance.     Linda Murray, Director of […]

Our City, Our Future 

Learning from International Experience Webinar   Cork City Council has started the process of preparation of the City Development Plan.  A vitally important document that will form the backbone of  the near future of Cork City. The first phase of consultation is open until 21st August. To get some international expertise on the subject of city […]