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Showing it Canbe done

The Irish family-owned business, which provides first-class short-stay accommodation options to business and leisure customers, has thrived in recent years

19th November, 2017
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The Canbe Pearse Street Suites

A quick perusal of the balance sheet of Canbe Ltd makes for impressive reading. Not only has the Irish family-owned business, which provides first-class short-stay accommodation options to business and leisure customers, thrived in recent years, but there’s one notable omission.

Not one cent of Canbe Ltd’s funding comes via the traditional banks. Instead, the company has raised financing through the Employment and Investment Incentive (EII) Scheme.

“We are one of...

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