InterTradeIreland reports all-island business stabilisation

InterTrade Ireland’s latest quarterly Business Monitor report has found that 64% of Irish businesses have either maintained or increased their sales over the last quarter.

6th August, 2013
Aidan Gough, Strategy and Policy Director at InterTrade Ireland.

InterTrade Ireland’s latest quarterly Business Monitor report has found that 64 per cent of businesses have either maintained or increased their sales over the last quarter.

Over half of surveyed companies described their business as “stable,” while 13 per cent indicated that they are currently in expansion mode.

The number of firms reporting a decrease in employees is at its lowest point (10 per cent) since the second quarter 2011.

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