Lost your mojo for business ? Interested in signing up to a food camp? Wondering about the future ? Wondering who the next President of the US could be and how it could affect business ?
You’re in the right place because these were just some of the topics covered in this weeks bumper edition of the Bottom Line
Firstly Tom Molloy from the Irish Independent joined us to talk about Europe, the future of the media in the wake of the decision of Newsweek to cease publication and transfer their business entirely online from the end of the year. He also gave his thoughts on the latest announcement from Glanbia as well as a big purchase for C&C[wp_media media=”audio” title=”Tom Molloy” artist=”The Bottom Line” volume=0.8 urls=”https://kclr96fm.com/media/TomMolloy23.mp3″] Fergus Doyle aka the Business Troubleshooter joined us in studio for his monthly look at a topical business issue. In the wake of a tough quarter when business indicators are difficult and a tough budget is looming in December Fergus discussed the issue of dealing with the isolation of being an Owner Manager [wp_media media=”audio” title=”Fergus Doyle” artist=”The Bottom Line” volume=0.8 urls=”https://kclr96fm.com/media/FergusDoyle2.mp3″]
For more from Fergus see: http://www.thebusinesstroubleshooter.com/
The Savour Kilkenny Food Festival kicks off shortly and we were joined in studio by Ken Maguire and Mags Kirwan to talk about the Food Camp a perennial favourite for food industry enthusiasts.
Full Savour details here: www.savourkilkenny.com
There’s a driving for work seminar being held in Carlow and Deirdre Sinnott of the Health and Safety Authority spoke to us about the employers responsibilities and how business can even save money.
Until next time …..