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CBA move awards night to February

Wednesday, 12th December, 2018 4:57pm

The Cork Business Association (CBA) has announced that it is to move the Cork Business of the Year Awards and gala dinner to a new date due to a clash with a tribute night for Dr Con Murphy.

The awards night had been due to take place on 19 January, the same night as a tribute night organised by Cairde Chorcaí in tribute to Dr Con’s contribution to Cork GAA. That event will take place in City Hall but the CBA has magnanimously decided to hold its awards on 23 February instead.

“Out of respect for GAA legend Dr Con Murphy and his tribute night at Cork City Hall on January 19, which many of our members wish to support, Cork Business Association has decided to move the date of our Cork Business of the Year Awards and gala dinner, which traditionally falls on this date. The new date for our annual event, which takes place at Clayton Hotel Silversprings, is 23 February 2019. We hope you can join us to celebrate the best of business in Cork,” said Lawrence Owens, CEO of Cork Business Association.

There is still time to enter the awards before 17 December. The Cork Business of the Year Awards are open to all businesses within the greater Cork city area; non-CBA members are also invited to enter these prestigious awards. Entry is free and companies are welcome to enter as many categories as are applicable to your business. For more details and to enter the awards, see

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