The Hot Desk

Jan 26th: Business & arts combine, Camile Thai, and Waterford Business Awards

Jan 26th: Business & arts combine, Camile Thai, and Waterford Business Awards
Mary O'Neill
Mary O'Neill

Business, Arts and how they can be the perfect marriage, the opening of Camile Thai at Ardkeen, and the Waterford Business Awards all formed this week's Hot Desk. 

TV and Louise discuss business and the arts

I was joined by entrepreneur Louise Grubb and Director of Spraoi TV Honan, to discuss the mutual benefits of corporate support of the arts.

Through her companies Q1 Scientific and Trivium Vet, Louise has partnered with a new theatre production "How to fall flat on your face," being developed by a team of young Waterford creatives.

Camile Thai has a busy opening week in Waterford

Waterford has a new food offering - Takeaway chain Camile Thai is now officially open at the Ardkeen Retail Park, with a big emphasis on sustainability and fresh ingredients.
I went along to the launch yesterday and spoke to those involved. You can listen back on that.

Waterford Business Awards 2021 happening in March

And the shortlist is out for the 2021 Waterford Business Awards, which will be streamed live on March 4th.
I spoke to chair of the judging committee, Noel Kelly.
The awards are organised by Waterford Chamber in association with Dungarvan and West Waterford Chamber, Waterford Council, and media partners WLR.
You can listen back to this week's Hot Desk through the link in this podcast.
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