Bobby Kerr is live in studio tomorrow morning and ready to bring you all the best 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, Bobby is joined by Mirik Milan, the first nachtburgemeester – or 'night mayor' – of Amsterdam. With the new role paying dividends for the Dutch city, we ponder whether Dublin, Cork and Galway should do the same.
- As people live longer and the retirement age rises, mature entrepreneurs can be a driving force of the Irish economy. ISAX (Ireland Smart Ageing Exchange) is looking to harness the financial, human and social capital of new and would-be entrepreneurs through a new Start Your Own Business programme aimed specifically at the over-50s. We speak to ISAX CEO Anne Connolly and John Brophy, the programme mentor who started Carrig Solutions in his fifties.
- Next up, Bobby visits the Dublin institution that is Cloney Audio. About to celebrate his 50th year in business, Noel Cloney's previous customers have included past presidents and Peter Sellers.
- We bring you the Motoring Mailbag, as Geraldine Herbert answers your motoring queries and takes a look at all things automotive.
- Blessed are the cheesemakers! In this week's industry review, Bobby speaks to three pros about the unique advantage Ireland has when it comes to the making of cheese. Kevin Sheridan, owner and founder of Sheridan’s Cheesemongers; Tom Burgess, maker of the award-winning Coolatin Cheddar; and Fallon and Byrne's senior cheesemonger Peter Conway O’Neill are all in studio.
- Is your boss a psycho? A new study has found that one in five CEOs are psychopaths. To help you figure out if you're working for one, Terence Mauri, author of The Leader's Mindset and entrepreneur mentor at London Business School, outlines the tell-tale signs...
- Sitting in this week's executive chair is Blaine Callard, CEO of Harvey Norman Ireland.
All this and more on Down to Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow.
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