Nearly 50% rise in number of Irish tech startups

A 47 per cent rise in the number of Irish tech company startups was recorded in April, compared to the same month last year.

1st May, 2014
The IT and tech sector was the fourth most popular industry for new company start-ups in April

A 47 per cent rise in the number of Irish tech company startups was recorded in April compared to the same month last year, according to new figures released by Vision-net.ie today.

Christine Cullen, managing director of Vision-net.ie, said the increase indicated positive growth within Ireland’s indigenous sector.

“Ireland is the second largest exporter of ICT services in the world, an industry that contributes €72 billion to the national economy annually. Presently,...

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