Ireland needs more work to become start-up hub

Ireland needs to look less at funding and more at financial and insolvency policies in order to develop into a global start-up hub, according to one of America's top experts on innovation.

4th May, 2013
Economist Josh Lerner. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Ireland needs to look less at funding and more at financial and insolvency policies in order to develop into a global start-up hub, according to one of America's top experts on innovation.

Harvard Business School professor Josh Lerner spoke to EU enterprise ministers last week about best practice in fostering entrepreneurship and innovation as a driver of growth. He was invited to Ireland by Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, as part of...

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