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Two Irish tech firms expect to break e100m mark

Just two Irish technology companies expect to have annual sales of more than €100 million within the next three years, according to a survey of 69 companies by the Irish Software Association (ISA).

21st May, 2005

Just two Irish technology companies expect to have annual sales of more than €100 million within the next three years, according to a survey of 69 companies by the Irish Software Association (ISA).

Of the companies surveyed, 90 per cent had annual sales of less than €10 million and 50 per cent had sales of less than €2 million. Despite the low level of sales, less than half of the companies below €10 million expected to...

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