SMEs make ‘clear move’ towards higher prices for consumers, according to an article on the Irish Times on September 8th, and Behaviours and Attitudes’ report, which detected big increase on firms planning to charge more. This increase is driven, especially, by medium to large SMEs based outside Dublin area.
Although the SME Confidence Index, scored confidence at 65.6 out of 100 in the second quarter, above the pre-pandemic level of 65.2 at the end of 2019, “signs of growing price inflation” particularly
Could these Cork sailors be Ireland’s next OlympiansTwo Cork sailing athletes announce they will compete for the 2024 Paris Olympics
With everyone still on a high from Ireland (and Cork’s) success at the recent Tokyo 2021 Olympics, dreams of Paris 2024 are starting to set sail. As the countdown officially begins, two of Cork’s top sailing athletes have announced that they joined the Irish 49er (2 person boat) 2024 Olympic campaign.
Both young members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club and UCC Sailing
World’s oldest yacht club hoists sails again for tricentenaryTaoiseach salutes 300 years of sailing in Cork at Tricentenary Maritime Parade and AIB RCYC Tricentenary At Home Regatta Weekend
It’s sails’ ahoy once more for The Royal Cork Yacht Club’s tricentenary celebrations this weekend.
An Taoiseach Micheál Martin joined the club’s Admiral Colin Morehead earlier today to salute 300 years of sailing in Cork at a Tricentenary Maritime Parade across Cork Harbour. They reviewed a stunning spectacle of
Music to the ears of festival goers!
Today, Wednesday 8th September, Guinness confirmed that the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival will take place over the bank holiday weekend from 22nd – 25th October 2021.
The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, one of the biggest and longest running events on the Irish music calendar, was cancelled in 2020 in line with Government guidelines.
Speaking about this year’s festival, Rory Sheridan, Head of Partnerships, Diageo Ireland said: “We are absolutely delighted to confirm
The running pods within Frontrunners Cork allows members to reconnect after lockdown
Frontrunners Cork has been chosen as “The Cork International Hotel Community Spirit Award” winner for June. The club provides a safe space for runners within the LGBT+ community to meet and run.
Frontrunners Cork was established in September 2018 and is part of Cork’s Gay Project. The club holds twice weekly runs on Saturday morning and Monday evening from Kennedy Quay and Kennedy Park. They cater for runners of
Dressing up for Playful Culture Trail Fun!
All fairies and superheroes are invited along to Cork City's new Playful Culture Trail this weekend, for some dressing up cultural fun before heading back to school.
The Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr. Colm Kelleher is encouraging families to visit the city's galleries, museums and attractions, which have been given a playful makeover this summer. And those that dress up in their favourite costume this weekend could be in with a chance of winning the ultimate play
About the Campaign
Active 30 is a 30-day fundraising campaign through which we hope to raise €3000 to support the operational costs of the Entrepreneurship Hub, which is one of the highlights of the Skills for Youth Resilience Programme 2021-2024 in partnership with Young Africa.
This 30-day challenge is in support of young people who are pursuing their dreams. They have entrepreneurship goals and need all the help they can get to make their dreams a reality. Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe and
Cork Training Centre under the remit of Cork ETB delivers an extensive range of training for Cork employers. Courses are designed to meet the needs of industry with a view to meeting the demands of the national skills strategy.
In addition to the Bishopstown campus there is a Biopharma Facility and a dedicated hospitality campus where a range of Hospitality Education programmes from craft skills to Leadership development take place. Additionally, needs analysis and bespoke training is provided as