Northern visions

While the Republic positions itself as a tech and start-up powerhouse, plenty more investment support is needed

13th November, 2016
Peter Allen, partner at Deloitte

Two decades of change have transformed the North, but investment strategies have not yet capitalised on a growing technology sector.

“I think increasingly, if you take the picture across the British Isles, Northern Ireland has been underrepresented. We’re the second fastest growing region, but that’s from a low base,” said Peter Allen, partner at Deloitte.

In all-Ireland terms, however, the picture is a little different, and very much in...

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