CBA News

FAQ about the Pedestrianisation of Cork City Centre

Cork City Centre is a key economic driver for the entire region. The pedestrianisation is part of the long term development plans and a reimagined Cork City. It will help to make the city an attractive destination to use and enjoy for more than shopping alone. The process has unfolded fast last year because of […]

Prescription Broccoli?

Could eating concentrated greens be a natural way to lower blood sugar and reduce the risk of diabetes?   Cork food research company seeks participants for new study on the health benefits of broccoli. Get a FREE diabetes test and get paid €700 to take part.  Cork based nutrition research company Atlantia Food Clinical Trials […]

Cork International Choral Festival 2021 closes on a high note with hotly contested competition results

Winners of the 2021 Cork International Choral Festival were announced yesterday evening at the festival’s final online gala concert performance, presented by Berlin based a cappella group ONAIR. The festival which ran from April 28 – May 2nd, was staged online for the first time ever this year and featured 82 choirs (including 48 international […]

Upcoming Courses at Cork Local Enterprise Office

Selling Online – using popular marketplaces   Part 1 – 18/05/21 – 09:00 to 13:00 Part 2 – 20/05/21 – 09:00 to 13:00   Getting your product or service in front of potential customers is key to driving success for any business.  This two-part course aims to give participants the knowledge and skills to know […]

Easing of Restrictions

  MAY 4 All remaining construction can commence, meaning the industry will be fully reopened.   MAY 10 Gatherings: A maximum of three households or six people from any number of households can meet outdoors to socialise, including in private gardens. The six-person limit does not include their children aged 12 or younger. Organised outdoor […]

Business Confidence Stabilising

  Press Release 19 April 2021 84% of respondents reported business confidence, an encouraging trend and upward trajectory from the 68% in Q3 of 2020. 42% of respondents anticipate an increase in turnover in the second quarter of 2021 The Q1 2021 survey shows confidence levels in the Irish economy at 52%. The continued support […]