Ring of Cork offices

Contact us here at the Ring of Cork offices based out of the SECAD building. 

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General Questions

info@ringofcork.ie

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Office Location

Midleton Enterprise Centre,
Knockgriffin,
Midleton,
Co. Cork,
Ireland.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Social Media

How many people do Ring of Cork reach each week?

Our Website is seen by 2.1 million web users each year. 

Our Facebook page reaches between 75,000 – 100,000 people each week.

Our Instagram reaches 20,000 people a week.

Our Twitter reaches 18,000 a week

What hashtags do Ring of Cork use?

#ringofcork

#visiteastcork

#visitcorkharbour

#comeexplore

How do Ring of Cork promote businesses though Ring of Cork social media?

Ring of Cork will run competitions, share pictures of member businesses tagged within our region and will work with member businesses to promote their events / news through our network.

What information does Ring of Cork obtain from social Media?

Ring of Cork will retain names of competition winners for the purpose of sending prizes to competition winners. Sometimes we may share these details with our members who have provided the prize. 

No general information is stored by Ring of Cork

I have a complaint about your social media, what can I do?

Send us an email to info@ringofcork.ie with the Subject “Social Meida Complaint” or use the contact form above to send us a message by selecting “Social Media” as the subject. 

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Ring of Cork Information

When was Ring of Cork Founded?

Ring of Cork was founded in 2013 after changing the name from East Cork Tourism

About the Ring of Cork

Ring of Cork is funded by SECAD Partnership CLG and through membership subscriptions. 

Information on Ring of Cork about my business is incorrect, what can I do?

We obtain our information from member websites or direct from members. Sometimes this information can become outdated. Send us an email to info@ringofcork.ie or use the contact form above and we will correct it.

What regions does the Ring of Cork cover?

The Ring of Cork encompasses the areas surrounding:

  • Aghada
  • Ballincollig
  • Ballycotton
  • Ballygarvan
  • Ballymacoda
  • Ballymaloe
  • Carrigaline
  • Carrigtwohill
  • Castlemartyr
  • Cloyne
  • Cobh
  • Cork
  • Crosshaven
  • Douglas
  • Dungourney
  • East Ferry
  • Fota
  • Garryvoe
  • Glanmire
  • Glanmire & Little Island
  • Glounthaune
  • Gortaroo
  • Killeagh
  • Leamlara
  • Lisgould
  • Little Island
  • Midleton
  • Myrtleville
  • Nohaval
  • Passage West
  • Rostellan
  • Sallybrook
  • Shanagarry
  • Spike Island
  • Trabolgan
  • Tullagreine
  • Waterfall
  • Watergrasshill
  • Whitegate
  • Youghal

And all surrounding areas of these places. 

Why should I list my business on Ring of Cork?

There’s lots of reasons. Here are just a few…

  • Reach tens of thousands — Thousands of travellers use Ring of Cork each month to make travel purchase decisions.
  • Promote your business — Our sophisticated search technology can help you reach a huge audience of consumers at the very moment they are researching their trips.
  • Build your business — We provide a variety of free tools and resources that you can use to capture the attention of travellers.
  • Training – Ring of Cork members enjoy discounted or free regular training sessions. Visit our training pages to view upcoming taining

Ready to get listed? Great – we’re excited to have you! 

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