Wednesday April 8, 2020

96 per cent of Irish chief executives in expansion mode

One-third cite skills shortage as biggest challenge while half have Brexit strategy in hand

23rd November, 2016
On the move. Pic: Pixabay

Nine out of ten Irish business leaders are planning to expand over the next 12 months, according to a Deloitte survey.

A full 84 per cent are confident of revenue growth in 2017 while one-third cite skills availability as the biggest challenge in the year ahead.

The survey is published ahead of today's CEO Forum which is jointly hosted by Deloitte and Enterprise Ireland and attracts 350 senior Irish business people each year.

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