Real Views: We must attract senior talent

Having a constant flow of senior international talent to Ireland is key to our growth and success as an economy, writes Ronan Colleran.

13th April, 2013
Ronan Colleran: 'This is why Ireland needs to be welcoming senior talent as a potential base to live and work.'

Having a constant flow of senior international talent to Ireland is key to our growth and success as an economy. Imported 'brain power' brings with it capital investment and provides employment as projects are executed and teams are built in this country.

In many cases, attracting the individual with the capacity to lead the project is imperative if the investment is to follow. This is why Ireland needs to be welcoming senior talent as a...

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