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Getting off the ground

Pat Sutton: The early stages are always the hardest, but there are essential steps businesses can take to thrive from the outset

7th June, 2015
Pat Sutton

Signs of recovery are evident among the business community, which means there are significant opportunities for start-ups and early stage enterprises in 2015. Over the last ten years, Enterprise Ireland invested in more than 1,000 start-ups, and they look at more than 3,000 proposals a year.

While Enterprise Ireland does a tremendous job for Ireland Inc, this is only a fraction of the start-up activity in Ireland, with almost 18,000 new start-ups registered in 2014. This year alone,...

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