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Entrepreneur backs job creation venture

Terry Clune is funding a company to act as a point of contact for firms wishing to locate here.

13th March, 2012
Terry Clune

Irish entrepreneur Terry Clune, the founder of international tax consultancy [](, has launched a service to support a new state-backed drive to attract small companies to Ireland.

He has set up a Kilkenny-based entity called [ConnectIreland] ( with 30 staff to run the scheme and said he was funding all its operational costs.

The office will reward anyone who brings a company to Ireland which creates jobs a...

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