New video for Limerick as Business Capital
LIMERICK City and County Council and Limerick Chamber of Commerce have unveiled a series of measures in a joint initiative aimed at making the Treaty City a business capital. This includes a new promotional video – see below.
At a breakfast event in the Savoy Hotel Friday (3rd March 2017), the business group and the local authority launched a new brochure highlighting Limerick’s potential for investment.
The 24 page glossy contains a variety of ‘case study’ interviews with local bosses of international businesses located here including Kieran Harte, Uber, Alice O’Dwyer of Cook Ireland, and Dan Van Plew of Regeneron, which is employing 500 people in the former Dell factory at Raheen.
It also highlights the lifestyle choices on offer in Limerick, and the surrounding region.
The council and chamber are planning to commission an analysis of economic data to capture Limerick’s level of competitiveness in an international context.
Key marketing assets are to be devised to help IDA Ireland and other agencies bring inward investment to Limerick.
Next month (April 2017), Limerick’s tourism web site, www.limerick.ie, will be relaunched to help promote the city internationally.