We are delighted to welcome Bobby Kerr back to the hot seat this week after his break to receive cancer treatment.
As ever he'll be covering all things business - taking the pulse of commerce around the country.
Here's what's coming up:
Papers - Kicking things off Paul O’Dwyer, a regular paper reviewer and dental surgeon joins us to look at the front pages and the business pages of the morning papers.
How to Budget for the Year Ahead - John Lowe the Money Doctor joins us to dispel the myths of budgeting from January to December - his forecast is positive!
The Able Table - Bobby visits an intriguing business in the Gealteacht in Meath where Martin Finucane has developed a table designed for people who live with a disability. Martin is a finalist in the Small Firms Association Small Business Awards and we will be visiting a diverse range of the finalists of the coming weeks.
Industry Review, Irish Gyms - It’s the time of year when people are hitting the treadmill so we thought we’d convene a panel of gym owners and fitness fiends. We speak to Simon Hayes MD of Energie, Pat Henry of Pat and Karl Henry Fitness Centre and Kieran Keenan of Fit Squad.
Tony Robbin’s Irish protégé Owen O'Malley - When Motivational Speaker Tony Robbins was in Dublin for the Pendulum summit last week he was introduced on stage by Owen O'Malley. Owen set up the Investment Club Network which has set up 1,200 investment clubs globally and educated over 20,000 on how to invest in the stock market.
Ray Coyle of Tayto Park - In our Executive Chair we speak to Ray Coyle owner of Tayto Park and chairman of Largo Foods. He'll talk potatoes, rollercoasters and more as we explore the twists and turns of his business life.
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.