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New city website to help businesses

Wednesday, 17th June, 2020 3:40pm

A webinar will take place this Friday to launch the innovative new Cork City Channels website. This dedicated website to aid Cork businesses is a completely free resource from Cork Business Association (CBA) and Cork City Council. 

The new website is offering a collective one-stop shop showcasing Cork’s businesses with a focus on both the businesses’ online channels as well as their bricks and mortar business.

Eoin O’Sullivan, President of CBA was delighted to be driving the resource and said: “It is so heartening to see the people of Cork supporting each other throughout these extraordinary times and we in Cork Business Association are thrilled to be driving another resource to help our great city, in the most positive way.”

On the implementation of the idea, Cork City Council Chief Executive, Anne Doherty said: “We, the people of Cork are known for our pride in our city, and the resilience and good nature of the Cork people through this most difficult time has shown real courage and has fortified even further that true Cork pride. We see this resource as an excellent aid to Cork business now in their recovery following the most unprecedented of circumstances. We truly are in this together and that is something we will continue long into our future.”

The webinar, on Friday 19 June at 11am, will include Ms Doherty and Erin O’Brien of Cork City Council, Paul McGuirk of Cork City’s Local Enterprise Office and Sinéad Dunphy from Eventi Management, who will give a quick masterclass on marketing and all things digital for Cork businesses.

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