MALLOW NEWS: Tom Lynes Plant Hire Ltd fined €80,000 after on-site employee suffers serious injuries

MALLOW NEWS: Tom Lynes Plant Hire Ltd fined €80,000 after on-site employee suffers serious injuries

19 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Today, Friday 19th February 2021 at Cork Circuit Court, Judge Seán Ó Donnabháin imposed a fine of €80,000 on Tom Lynes Plant Hire Ltd following guilty pleas to breaches of the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Construction) […]

SPORT: 2021 Advertising opportunities with Cork City Football Club

SPORT: 2021 Advertising opportunities with Cork City Football Club

18 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork City FC have revealed details of their brand-new commercial brochure for the 2021 season. The brochure includes all the old favourites such as pitchside advertising, programme ads and player sponsorships, while there has also been a new digital section added for businesses who want to target our […]

Why are sales of Jameson up by 3%?

Why are sales of Jameson up by 3%?

18 February 2021 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Irish Distillers Results – six months ending 31 December 2020 Jameson saw net sales growth of 3% in the period from July to December 2020. Jameson, Redbreast, the Spot range, and Method and Madness achieved their highest ever H1 volumes. Jameson sales in the US exceeded 2 million […]

BUSINESS: An #MBA from @UCC just become more valuable thanks to accredition by the Association of MBA @ArdmoreShipping

BUSINESS: An #MBA from @UCC just become more valuable thanks to accredition by the Association of MBA @ArdmoreShipping

17 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie University College Cork’s Executive MBA programme has become one of only 277 MBA programmes to be accredited by the Association of MBA.  One of Ireland’s largest business schools has received a prestigious accreditation from a world-leading authority, and praise for its ambitious plans for its multimillion-euro development in […]

€3.9m @UCC project will empower businesses to meet sustainability challenges

€3.9m @UCC project will empower businesses to meet sustainability challenges

17 February 2021 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie Business owners must prepare for the new regulations that will follow the passing of the forthcoming Climate Action Bill, according to the project leads behind a new €3.9m University College Cork initiative that aims to help industry make the most of the green transition. The Sustainable Futures project […]

New COVID Business Aid Scheme (CBAS) will provide welcome boost for struggling Cork businesses

New COVID Business Aid Scheme (CBAS) will provide welcome boost for struggling Cork businesses

17 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie New COVID Business Aid Scheme (CBAS) will provide welcome boost for struggling Cork businesses Cork Senator Tim Lombard has welcoming the new nationwide €60 million COVID Business Aid Scheme (CBAS) which will provide be a support for struggling businesses. The funding for the COVID Business Aid Scheme (CBAS) […]

CORK BUSINESS NEWS: Mallow’s ‘EPS Group’ expands in UK with acquisition of ‘Ferrier Pumps’

CORK BUSINESS NEWS: Mallow’s ‘EPS Group’ expands in UK with acquisition of ‘Ferrier Pumps’

16 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie Cork Business News EPS Group – headquartered in Mallow, Co Cork – has further expanded its presence in the UK with the acquisition of Ferrier Pumps Limited, a multi-faceted engineering company with 40 years experience and pedigree across Scotland and Northern England. Established by Brian Ferrier in 1981 […]

SEO tips to improve your website traffic and ranking

SEO tips to improve your website traffic and ranking

16 February 2020 By Roger Jones roger@TheCork.ie In this era of COVID19 isolation we don’t get out much, so happenstance meetings tend to take place in the only place people now go to; the supermarket. The aisles of necessities have become the place to meet, so much so that I expect to see first dates […]

Port of Cork Trade Traffic Dips in 2020

Port of Cork Trade Traffic Dips in 2020

15 February 2021 By Tom Collins tom@TheCork.ie The Port of Cork has reported that total traffic through the Port was down 2% to 9.2 million tonnes in 2020. The dip in trade traffic is a direct result of the challenges posed by Covid 19 and the cancellation of cruise calls to Cork in particular. Despite […]

PROPERTY: An Industrial unit 10 mins from #CorkCity for only €60,000? #Togher

PROPERTY: An Industrial unit 10 mins from #CorkCity for only €60,000? #Togher

13 February 2021 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie A modern, light industrial commercial unit only 10 minutes from Cork city centre, is among the properties listed for Youbid.ie’s next online auction on February 18. The unit is in Lee Park Sitecast Industrial Estate, Pouladuff, Togher, and comes with an Advised Minimum Value (AMV) of €60,000. The […]

Ibec voices support for staff health and wellbeing initiatives with Choral Festival partnership

Ibec voices support for staff health and wellbeing initiatives with Choral Festival partnership

10 February 2021 By Mary Bermingham mary@TheCork.ie The Cork International Choral Festival announces Ibec’s sponsorship of and participation in the inaugural Workplace Choir of the Year competition to help improve staff wellbeing through music Cork International Choral Festival is delighted to announce that Ibec, Ireland’s largest business representative group, has come on board as the […]