This week on Down to Business: Winning Back the High Street in Cork

We have a lot to get through tomorrow...

This week on Down to Business: Winning Back the High Street in Cork

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Jonathan Healy fills in for Bobby Kerr tomorrow as Down to Business takes the pulse of business in the Rebel City, we're live from Cork tomorrow.

Here's what we have ready to go:

  • First up, we take a look at the stories that are making an impact from Saturday's papers with Don Murphy Partner with Murphy & Condon Solicitors and President of Southern Law Society.
  • We meet some Cork businesses who have thought outside the box - including Darragh Murphy who is the founder of Hairybaby t-shirts - they are the go-to guys for cool t-shirts in Ireland.
  • Mr Healy has been out and about at the iconic English Market.
  • Broadcaster and writer Pat Fitzpatrick talks creative industries in Cork.
  • Winning Back the High Street - Apple's coming to town, and all our politicians are talking about 'the recovery' - we find out how smaller Cork businesses are fairing. To discuss this we will be joined by Claire Nash who is Owner of Nash 19 Restaurant and Food & President of the Cork Business Association, by Damien Wallace who is Owner of Wallace Financial Consultants and by  Ernest Cantillion who is the Owner of Electric and Sober Lane and Creative Director of WotBox.
  • The city has been at the fore of Ireland's craft beer revolution, we meet Shane Long who is a director of Cork’s own Franciscan Well.
  • Newsweaver - a technology company that provides internal communications for companies including Rolls-Royce, Vodafone, and Kellogg’s is to create 60 jobs - it’s CEO and Founder Andrew O’Shaughnessy is in the executive chair.

All this and more on Down to Business from 10am until midday tomorrow morning, on air and online.

As ever, you can find blog posts and weekly DTB highlights on our show page.