The Imperial Hotel raises €10,300 for the Children’s Leukaemia Association

The Imperial Hotel raised €10,300 in aid of its charity partner, the Children’s Leukaemia Association (CLA), through their second annual Black Tie Gala Ball, which was held in October, 2017, as well as donations made over the Christmas period by visitors to the iconic hotel’s Imperial Express model train set. Last year was the second year of…

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Retain great staff and protect their income with Inspire Financial

Employee retention is the ability of a business to retain its staff members. Employee retention can be represented by a simple statistic, for example, a retention rate of 80 percent usually indicates that an organisation kept 80 percent of its employees in a given period. However, many consider employee retention as relating to the efforts by…

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AM O’Sullivan PR awarded Best Professional Services Business at Cork Business Association Awards 2017

AM O’Sullivan PR has won the Best Professional Services Business award at the Cork Business Association Awards 2017. The black tie event was attended by over 400 guests at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Speaking about the win, Ann-Marie O’Sullivan, Chief Executive and Founder at AM O’Sullivan PR, said: “We are delighted to receive recognition for our work and the…

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Never let the rain get in the way of a great event with Audio Jack’s stage covers

Ireland’s open and green spaces make brilliant venues for outdoor events but our unpredictable and changeable weather can be rather a hinderance, especially when it comes to protecting audio equipment from the rain. The S-1000 stage cover can solve that! ​The Saddle Span S-1000 is a unique and elegant structure, most commonly used as a…

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Cork Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 crowdfunds to save business

Fin Hayes, who was named Cork Young Entrepreneur of the Year last November, has taken to crowdfunding to save his business. During last October’s brutal Storm Ophelia, Fin’s Garden Centre and Fin’s Nursery were battered by 175km/h winds. They suffered extensive damage to the tune of €45,000. They had no choice but to close for…

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