Cork Chamber today published a manifesto listing five points for voters and candidates to prioritise. The manifesto also supports the principle of a directly elected mayor for Cork.
In its manifesto the Chamber urges candidates to formally support the following principles if elected:Sustainable and Public Transport: Delivery of the Cork Metropolitan Area Transport StrategyUrban Living and New ...read more
CMATS must be placed on Statutory Footing to Ensure Delivery
Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy must be matched with the Opening of NTA Delivery Office in Cork
Tuesday’s publication of the Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (CMATS) has been welcomed by Cork Chamber as an essential milestone for the development of Ireland’s second city region.
While welcoming the strategy, Conor ...read more
A new analysis by Cork Chamber which gathered insight into Cork businesses’ travel patterns shows the importance of Cork Airport to the local economy and business community.
A survey carried out in February-March 2019 reveals that 25% of responding companies each took more than 100 business trips from Cork Airport over the course of 2018.
Approximately a quarter of all business trips from Cork ...read more
Speaking at Cork Chamber’s 200th AGM, new Chamber President Paula Cogan, Sales Director at the Doyle Collection spoke passionately about the need for active citizenship, sustainability and most critically delivery on commitments made if Cork is to excel on a global stage.
Speaking of the role of businesses as active citizens in 2019, President Cogan said;
“We must work increasingly harder to ...read more
-Cork Chamber is the first Irish Chamber of Commerce to launch an initiative of this kind--Cork Chamber 1819 Fund to build community resilience-
To mark its 200th anniversary, Cork Chamber today launched a six-month community funding drive to raise €200,000, in partnership with Social Innovation Fund Ireland (SIFI). The Cork Chamber 1819 Fund will benefit Cork community initiatives with a ...read more