Developing the Dublin docklands into a maritime tourism destination could deliver 1,200 jobs and €36 million investment, Ciaran Flanagan, chairman of the Docklands Business Forum, has said.
Flanagan speaks ahead of the Docklands Business Awards, which will take place in the Gibson Hotel on Thursday. The awards recognise the achievements of businesses operating in the area, but also drive further innovation and development in the docklands. Awards will be given across a range of categories including innovation, professional services, business of the year and corporate social responsibility.
“The awards are a key platform to highlight the activity and innovation taking place in the Docklands area but also an important forum to underline the potential the area still holds to drive economic development and growth,” Mr Flanagan said.
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