The Kilcock Business Association has commissioned the first in a series of promotional videos showcasing Kilcock as a vibrant and growing community. With our rapidly growing population Kilcock is just the sort of place where you might want to setup or expand a business!
In the video a variety of local business owners talk about why they chose Kilcock to start their new business. Members also talk about how KBA has helped them establish a larger network of customers and business contacts. Barry Prendergast, Treasurer of the KBA:
KBA has in excess of a 100 members from all different types of businesses, from retail to within the town to every type of tradesperson to every kind of business.
Maria Mallon of Studio M spoke about why she joined the KBA:
When I setup Studio M a couple of years ago I thought it was really important to get involved with the Kilcock Business Association mainly because I think everyone needs help initially when they setup in a small town. Yes I know a lot of local people but new businesses come in all the time and they don’t necessarily. So I think it’s important because it’s a network of people there to help you when you don’t have all the answers all the time.
Why Choose Kilcock?
Our investigations into approved planing permission applications indicate a conservative estimate of a 41% increase of the population of Kilcock over the next few years. The establishment of larger businesses such as Aldi, Tesco, SuperValu and Costa in recent years reflect the positive growth potential of our town – not to mention the reinvestment in existing, family fun businesses and the development of new restaurants, services and other small businesses. Kilcock is open for business!
Kyle Delavari opened the doors to his new business venture Fitness Journey Kilcock in January this year and had this to say in the video:
I chose Kilcock for a number of reasons… I’ve lived here the last 5 years and have always been fond of the community. It’s great to get involved in the town as there’s a lot of great businesses…”
The KBA would like to thank all the businesses involved in the video for taking the time to help us make this video. They include: Rye River Cafe, Config.ie, Vivify Multimedia, Fitness Journey Kilcock, Studio M, John Ryan Butchers, Especially we would like to to thank Stephen for his hard work the production.
The video was shot and produced by Stephen McDonagh of Vivify Multimedia along with the help and support of the Kilcock Business Association.