CBA News

Congratulations Sinéad!

  Cork International Choral Festival Manager Sinéad Dunphy, although still busy wrapping up the 2017 Festival, isn’t resting on her laurels. She has been awarded the title of Business Woman of the Year in the Arts very recently, as part of Network Cork’s superb acknowledgement of women working in business. Founded in 1954 to be […]

Feelgood Friday Kicks off in City Centre Tomorrow

 There will be a festival-like atmosphere in the Cork City centre tomorrow, with live music, free finger food, special offers, competitions, workshops, and lots of fun. Retailers, businesses organisations and the City Council come together to host Feelgood Friday, an exciting event that takes place throughout the streets of Cork City centre on the last Friday of […]

Cork International Choral Festival 2017

This year’s Cork International Choral Festival was yet again an outstanding success. Nearly 5,000 singers from all around the world arrived into the city for 5 days over the May bank holiday bringing with them approximately an audience of 50,000 people. There were 6 ticketed gala events, and almost 100 free events throughout the city […]

Tee off with the Cork Business Association

The Cork Business Association’s annual Presidents Cup will take place in the stunning surrounds of Cork Golf Club on Thursday 25 May. The prestigious championship golf course is routed through exceptional golfing terrain incorporating old limestone quarries and the inner reaches of Cork Harbour, so it really is an exclusive opportunity to play the course. […]

50,000 Passengers This Easter At Cork Airport

Thursday, 13th April 2017: The Easter Bank Holiday Weekend is shaping up to be a very busy time at Cork Airport. Over 50,000 passengers are expected to make their way through the airport from today, Thursday to Easter Monday. Kevin Cullinane, Head of Communications at Cork Airport said: “Traditionally, Easter has always been a busy […]

CBA wishes to highlight this very positive article which argues that Cork is in the process of being transformed into a real rival to the capital

I was in Cork last Friday to speak to the DPS Group, the engineering and project management specialists, and I took the opportunity to invite a group to discuss the issues affecting property and construction in the city. My experts were Aiden O’Dwyer, director of DPS Group’s operations in Cork, Isobel O’Regan, commercial director with […]