Helen Murphy joins Cork Business Association as their Business & Communications Manager. A city native and self-confessed lover of all things Cork, Helen brings with her a wealth of experience of working with Cork-based businesses.
She spent over 30 years with successful local software company Statsols, primarily in international sales and marketing roles, facilitating the successful launch of new products to global markets and building long-lasting business relationships with international pharmaceutical giants, world-renowned academic institutions and government agencies in the USA, Europe and the Far East.
In more recent years, Helen has worked with high-tech start-up companies as part of the Enterprise Ireland Mentor Network. She holds a B.Comm and MBA from UCC and is also a qualified funeral and wedding celebrant.
On her appointment to the CBA Helen said “I am totally thrilled and honored to be afforded the unique opportunity of working with the Cork Business Association. The CBA has always been highly prized for the hands-on, practical yet strategic approach taken to issues that arise for its members. I hope to build on this reputation to enhance the service provided by CBA as we begin to see the city emerge, grow and flourish in the post Covid-19 era. Cork is a city on the rise and the Cork Business Association is in prime position to contribute to this recovery and see the city reach its full potential through the continued growth and development of its businesses.”
Helen invites all members of the CBA to give her a call or drop her an email to discuss any issues with which she can be of assistance and looks forward to meeting with everyone in person as soon as it is safe to do so.
CBA President, Eoin O’Sullivan, Directors and Executive are delighted to welcome Helen to the Cork Business Association and wish her every success in the role as CBA Business & Communications Manager.