Bobby Kerr is live in studio tomorrow morning and ready to bring you all the latest news, the most interesting business stories around and an eclectic array of guests for two whole hours.
Catch the action on air and online from 10:00am.
Here's what you have to look forward to:
- Kicking things off, we'll take a look at the stories that are making an impact in the business pages of today’s papers and also have a gander at the front pages. Joining Bobby will be dental surgeon Paul O’Dwyer.
- Three companies shortlisted for the Irish Local Development Networks Enterprise Awards will open up about overcoming the challenges of setting up their own businesses at the tail end of the recession.
- We take to the saddle and gear up for an in-depth examination of the bicycle sales, maintenance and repair industry with Darren Walsh from Cyclebike, Michael Fearon of Cyclestore and Sean Papenfuss of The Bike Institute.
- We catch up with Kevin Moran, the Mayoman just named Macra Na Feirme Young Farmer of the Year, and speak to him about his passion for the land, the struggles young farmers face and the dairy farming industry in general.
- Irish rugby legend Jamie Heaslip talks about his illustrious sporting career to date and his promising business pursuits.
- In the Executive Chair this week we have Ronan Healy, the CEO of event production agency Catapult, which organises everything from exhibitions and festivals to awards ceremonies and fasion shows. They're also behind Europe's largest tech event – the Web Summit.
- Finally, getting the weekend properly underway, we head along to the Irish Craft Beer Festival in the RDS to sample some of the more curious tipples and nibbles on offer and catch up with celebrity chef Kevin Dundon and master brewer Doug Odell.
All this and more on Down to Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow.
As ever, you can find blog posts and weekly DTB highlights on our show page.