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ConnectIreland reports post-Brexit inbox influx

IDA-backed body clocked 30 new inquiries from foreign companies

10th July, 2016
ConnectIreland chief executive Joanna Murphy

ConnectIreland, the state-owned firm tasked with attracting small businesses to Ireland, has recorded a 200 per cent boost in companies turning their expansion plans to Ireland after Brexit.

The IDA-backed body clocked 30 new inquiries from foreign companies eyeing up an Irish expansion or to start-up their business in Ireland over five days.

Some of these companies had been considering whether to locate in Britain or in Ireland, but said they were seriously considering Ireland now since...

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