Helping businesses go for growth in a thriving region

Grant Thornton has been in Galway for ten years and is optimistic that, with the high levels of local talent in the region and the attractive environment, business can only get better

9th October, 2021
Helping businesses go for growth in a thriving region
Aengus Burns, Partner in Advisory at Grant Thornton Ireland: ‘Our model has been very much about talent attraction and getting good people in. We think things will get even better for us, as the momentum is only starting now’

“We are already seeing the momentum of people locating to regional areas like Galway – and Galway is attractive for both the new focus on living and for working,” Aengus Burns, Partner in Advisory at Grant Thornton Ireland, said.

The firm’s Galway office has witnessed businesses in the region and surrounding counties innovate to new heights while others are now recognising the opportunities available through the new post-Covid, digital economy.

“And...

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