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Canbe is expanding its portfolio of premium quality short stay tourism accommodation

20th November, 2016
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Canbe Broc House Suites on Nutley Lane in Dublin 4

Hospitality company Canbe is expanding its portfolio of premium quality short stay tourism accommodation and offering a 2016 investment opportunity under the Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EIIS).

Funds raised through the scheme are earmarked for the development of 46 units of short-stay tourist accommodation at Rosie O’Grady’s pub in Harold’s Cross.

“We expect to raise around €2.5 million in our 2016 funding round, which will be used to develop short...

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