This week on Down to Business: Motorbikes. failed start-ups, and festival economics

Two hours in the company of Bobby Kerr and some of the most interesting voices in business to kick-start your weekend...

Bobby Kerr is live in studio this Saturday morning, bringing you 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:

  • Ken Murphy Director of the Law Society Joins us to review the morning papers.
  • With new that the Luxury- Orient Express Like- Grand Hiberian Train is on sale again with tickets costing up to €9,000 we speak to Deputy Travel Editor of Sunday Times Travel, Martin Hemmings about his experience on The Grand Hiberian.
  • Bobby visit the RDS for 2017 Carole Nash Irish Motorbike and Scooter Show and gets in touch with his inner motorhead!
  • Start-UP Wakes- Paul Hayes - CEO and Founder of Beachhut PR has set up ‘Wakes’ for failed start-ups.
  • Bobby is delighted to be joined by three working nurses in the Industry Review.
  • Live entertainment events in Ireland generated a staggering €1.7bn last year. The report which was the brainchild of veteran music promoter Justin Green and he joins Bobby to drill down a little into that figure. Bobby is also joined by Daniel Browne one of the founders of The Sea Sessions music festival which has helped generate some of that revenue.
  • Executive Chair- chair we speak to the CE0 of Topoil Gerard Boylan about a company that dates back to the1800’s

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.