The Bottom Line Tuesday 18th September

‘Ireland is doing a great job’, they all say in Europe.  Does that mean we can get a better deal on our debt?  Tom Molloy, Business Correspondent with the Irish Independent joined John Purcell on the Bottom Line this week to talk through this possibility (Tom reckons we could be paying back €200 billion  over 40 years. Anglo cost 85 billion. )

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Digiweb a telecommunication company based in Dublin has secured the tender for the Carlow School’s  Broadband Access Programme.  Colm Piercy CEO of Digiweb joined John next to talk about the success of the company and took him through the tendering process.  (Love Me Tender)….

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Next up Fergus Doyle from businesstroubleshooter.com,  a monthly contributor to the show, took us through the ins and outs of marketing and generating leads fro new business

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And finally Elaine Heney is from Chocolate Lab Apps based in Tipperary and her app, Palm Reading Booth has reached number 1 downloaded app in 3 different countries.  Its a hungry market with mobile phone technology growing at twice the rate of the internet in the 90s and it’s a place where money can be made.  She told John her story:-

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