Welcome to the March issue of Business Month, in which we profile one of our most high-achieving but often-overlooked entrepreneurs, Hugh Cormican.
The Newry man is the head of Cirdan Imaging and a co-founder of Andor. He reveals why he believes the geeks have taken over and details his plans for Cirdan Imaging in the future.
As inflation reaches an all-time low, Economy Watch muses on the economic impact of supermarket price wars and currency wars respectively.
And Paul Gosling ponders the recent trend of on-shoring, as companies discover that the grass is not necessarily greener on the other side and shift back offices and manufacturing operations closer to home.
We also take in-depth looks at motor sales and office furniture — and as the Six Nations heads towards an exciting climax, one former Ireland international shares his lessons from pitch to boardroom.
The Chairman is up to his usual tricks, enjoying a wide range of events from the first black-tie bunfight of the season to a breakfast to launch Balmoral Show and the launch of a new beer.
Oh, and the Chairman turns fifty shades of pink when he hears about one particular evening out...