One-stop shop for young companies enters its third decade

2nd July, 2017
Andrew Lambe and Paula Horan of The Company Bureau Photocall

In the 20 years since its 1997 launch, The Company Bureau has incorporated 25,000 start-ups in Ireland. Now, with the economy in recovery mode, the Dublin firm is seeing a significant rise in start-up activity around the country.

More than 20,000 companies were incorporated in Ireland last year, the highest number since 1999, and with this year’s total expected to top 24,000, the start-up rate is at an all-time high.

“We’re setting up more than 200 companies a month....

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