Your Business: Ireland is awash with vibrant businesses
The uncertainty over Brexit can’t hide the fact that the mood among Irish businesses is becoming more optimistic
Over the past number of months, I have attended a string of business events around the country.
I have met manufacturers in Clare, food companies in Kerry and agricultural businesses in Wexford. I have spoken to small retailers and technology start-ups. It was an invaluable exercise, and a massive learning curve.
Yes, businesses are worried about Brexit and they are worried about Trump. They are worried about currency fluctuations and concerted European assaults on our...
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