Four Cs to get Ireland moving

The Entrepreneurship Forum has distilled thousands of views into concrete measures to ensure the country's economic health, writes Sean O'Sullivan.

26th January, 2014
Entrepreneur Sean O'Sullivan, Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton and Noel Ruane of Polaris Venture Partners at the launch of the report of the Entrepreneurship Forum. PIcture: Fennells

Politicians and business leaders in Ireland talk a lot about supporting job creation, and economic growth. We know we cannot accept the status quo. The economy, though perhaps improving, is just not recovering fast enough. An unacceptable 13 per cent of our brothers and sisters are sitting at home, on the Live Register. It's an extraordinary waste of human talent and capability. The good news is the government is all too aware of this as...

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