This week on Down to Business: Heineken's future, 3D printing, waxing Bobby

We've a typically jam-packed Saturday morning show on the way...

This week on Down to Business: Heineken's future, 3D printing, waxing Bobby

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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:

  • Dissecting the talking points on the front pages and business pages of the day's papers, Bobby will be joined by Comedian and Media Consultant Alan Shortt.
  • SenseAbility is an innovative social enterprise that makes sensory blankets for people living with conditions such as Dementia, Autism and Down Syndrome. The business was set up after Ellen McWey after she noticed that there is a significant lack of effective sensory aids for people living with Dementia and Autism. And Ellen is only in transition year! She'll be sharing her story.
  • Bobby is off to Waxperts for a makeover.
  • A listener called Dave O’Leary got in touch with the show about the difficulty of truly knowing what it's like to work for a company when applying for a job - he'll join us alongside Frank Farrelly COO of Sigmar Recruitment Consultants to discuss this issue.
  • We lift the curtain on the 3D printing industry with the Managing Director of 3D Printing Ireland, Keith Davis, Technology Commentator and Series Editor of The Gadget Buzz on TV3, Andy O’Donoghue and CEO & Co-Founder of MCor Technologies, Dr. Conor MacCormack.
  • Willem van Waesberghe, Global Craft and Brew Master of Heineken talks about the Dutch company's future and its response to the 'craft beer revolution.'
  • CEO of Norwegian Air Bjørn Kjos is in our executive chair.

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 highlights on our show page.