This week on Down to Business: Sweet shops, roaming charges, Dublin Bikes' new rival

Two hours in the company of Bobby Kerr and some of the most interesting voices in business...

This week on Down to Business: Sweet shops, roaming charges, Dublin Bikes' new rival

Bobby Kerr is live in studio on 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:

  • Bobby speaks to the Leaving Cert student who devised The Dignity Pack to improve the day-to-day lives of Ireland's homeless.
  • Are Dublin Bikes about to be upstaged by the Uber of the push pedal? Hugh Cooney, CEO of BleeperBike, talks about the app that will allow you to rent stationless bikes for €1 a ride from July.

  • Roaming charges may be gone but why were we ever paying them in the first place? Our tech guru Andy O’Donoghue explains all...
  • Bobby travels to the Drogheda offices of Flogas to see how it's not just about gas anymore.
  • Hitting the sweet spot with this week's industry review, we welcome a host of Irish confectionery retailers into the studio. Sorting the cola bottles from the gobstoppers with Bobby will be Sinead Hancock, manager of the Temple Bar branch of Aunty Nellie's (pictured); Brian Kenny, owner of The Slip Sweet Shop in Kilkenny; and David Dunne, the co-owner of Twizzler's in Bray.
  • Sitting in the executive chair is David Webster, the former manager of the five-star Powerscourt Hotel who recently had a something of a "hotel epiphany" and established Podium Hospitality

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.