58 companies were set up every day in Ireland so far this year but access to working capital remains the biggest challenge facing businesses, according to market intelligence provider Vision-net.ie.
In the first nine months of the year, 10,900 companies have been incorporated - up from 10,541 on the same period last year. Separately, 20,622 non-limited entities including sole traders and partnerships have been registered. The most common sectors for start-up companies are retail and...
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