Wednesday February 19, 2020

Deloitte: Irish firms grow in confidence

A change in mindset is evident as Irish companies look to acquisitions abroad

6th March, 2016
Richard Howard, lead partner on Deloitte’s Best Managed Companies Awards Programme Picture: Maura Hickey

Deloitte’s network of Best Managed Companies represents some of Ireland’s strongest business performers, with a combined turnover of close to €10 billion and 47,000 people.

Now in its eighth year, the programme’s 115 Best Managed Companies have recorded an average growth in export sales of 161 per cent in the past three years.

“The confidence among this year’s companies is evident in their international expansion,” said Richard Howard, lead partner on Deloitte’s...

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