CBA Welcomes New Retail Committee

CBA Welcomes New Retail Committee

Cork Business Association has formed a new Retail specific committee to represent its members on a number of matters and to develop creative ways to promote the unique blend of retailers in the city centre.


Cork is entering a rapid phase of transformation and growth.  With this expansion comes opportunity but also issues that many large towns and cities face.  The committee will be working with various agencies to deal with members’ concerns and to ensure that Cork remains a city of Welcomes with an offer that meets customers best expectations.


Formed as part of the wider Safe and Clean committee, one of the five pillars in the CBA five year strategic framework,  this committee will link with other CBA committees to concentrate efforts on the most important matters effecting the city and local businesses.


Pictured at a recent meeting are –

Back Row L-R  Lawrence Owens, Chairman, Cork Business Association, David Long, Marks and Spencer, Cliona Barnes, CBA, Clara O’Neill, Chair CBA, Safe and Clean Committee, Miriam Flahive, Brown Thomas.

Front Row L-R  Alex Lenihan, Eason, Hazel O’Connor, Penneys, Michelle O’Gorman, The Kilkenny Shop, Julie Evans, Opera Lane.

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