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Talking Point: May a good month for business start-ups

The results are in. More than 120 start-ups registered each day in Ireland during the month of May, writes Elaine O'Regan.

15th June, 2013
In total, 4,025 new companies and businesses started up during the month of May.

The results are in. More than 120 start-ups registered each day in Ireland during the month of May. The findings from Vision-net.ie's Business Barometer found that May was a "good month" for start-ups, with 129 companies and businesses registering daily.

In total, 4,025 new companies and businesses started up during the month. This represented a 9 per cent increase over May of last year, during which 3,691 new ventures were registered.

The most popular industries for start-ups included professional...

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