Entrepreneurship looks set to remain steady in Ireland

The level of entrepreneurship in Ireland has, historically, been high by comparison to other OECD countries

10th January, 2009

The level of entrepreneurship in Ireland has, historically, been high by comparison to other OECD countries. According to Paula Fitzsimons, managing director of Fitzsimons Consulting and national coordinator of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (Gem), there is nothing to suggest that this situation will change significantly in the current economic climate.

The latest Gem report, published last July, ranked Ireland third in the OECD, with 4.2 per cent of the adult population involved in new firm...

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