Businessman Tony Fitzgerald received the Special Recognition Award at the Waterford Business Awards. Here he talks to Lynda Lawton about still loving a good day's work at 84 and his passion for Waterford.
Lynda speaks to Andy Crowley, Managing Director of TEVA Pharmaceuticals Ireland about the importance of leadership, his love of sport and creating a happy workplace for all.
In this episode Lynda speaks to John Grubb of EveryEvent about plans for this year's Winterval and Christmas in Tramore.
In this episode Lynda speaks to Liam McDonnell of Legacy Irish Craft Cider about his business ahead of the Waterford Harvest Festival.
In this episode Lynda speaks to Jenny Flynn, Executive Chef at Faithlegg Hotel about all things cuisine and Waterford's food industry.
In this episode Lynda talks to Bryan Hurley of HelloWorld.ie about Artificial Intelligence.
In this episode Lynda speaks to Derek Shannon, Head of Bank of Ireland for Waterford and Kilkenny.
In this episode Lynda speaks to Chamber CEO Gerald Hurley and Strategic Projects Manager Donal Nolan about the Portalis Project and the potential it has as a unique tourist offering and the opportunities it presents to develop the Estuary.
In this episode, Lynda comes from the Waterford Chamber Expo and speaks to members Mark Bergin, Coffee House Lane; Mike Conway, OfficeMaster; Laura Hayes, Ezfees Financial and event host George Corbett.
In a historic fortnight for Ireland, Lynda Lawton speaks to Dan Mulhall, retired diplomat, about his time as Irish Ambassador to the US and also about his part in the Good Friday Agreement.
In this episode, Lynda Lawton speaks to Economist Jim Power about the housing crisis, his love of Waterford GAA and Waterford as a City of Opportunity.
In this episode, Lynda Lawton speaks to Stuart Fitzgerald, Managing Director of Fitzgerald Power, about succession planning, leadership and how accountants are not as boring as people think!
Lynda chats to Mandy Fox, who along with other mothers of autistic children, is campaigning for Waterford to become Ireland’s first Autism Friendly City.
In this episode, Lynda speaks to Jacqui Gaule, Acting Head of the Waterford Local Enterprise Office about business supports, her love of music and event highlights.
Lynda Lawton speaks to Padraig O Griofa, well-known Waterford businessman and Chair of Garter Lane Arts Centre, about his love of theatre, his business ethos and his philanthropic efforts.
In our first episode Lynda Lawton speaks to Paul Nolan, Group Development Manager at Dawn Meats and President of Waterford Chamber.