The first half of 2017 saw an average of 1,9000 start ups formed, Showing us an increase of 6% compared to the year before.
45% of these start-ups were based in Dublin. Galway, Kildare and Meath saw increases of 5%, 7% and 21%.
Professional services provided the most popular with 1 in 5 start ups operating within this field.Read more
The search to find Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneurs of 2018 has begun.
If you are aged between the ages of 18 and 35 and either have a business idea or have already started a business, why not enter IBYE today?
Best Business Idea will revive an investment of €7,000 followed by a runner up who w ... Read more
The annual cost to send your child to school has risen to €45,000.
According to the Zurich’s Cost of Education in Ireland 2017 study, it costs €766 a year to send your child to primary school. €1,629 a year to keep your child in secondary school, with 60% of third level students livin ... Read more
We are pleased to introduce Finsearch to The Liffey Trust Enterprise Centre.
Finsearch is a professional recruitment practice based in the Dublin Docklands.
BizWorld Ireland delivers workshops which help students to develop critical thinking, leadership and teamwork skills. The BizWorld movement has worked with 560,000 students in 100 countries around the world.
AIESEC Ireland, the world’s largest, international, student-run organisation is a platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential.
Present in 126 count ... Read more
IN THEIR OWN WORDS....
Social Talent is an Irish start-up that has quickly become the leading provider of online and social media training to the recruitment and staffing industry worldwide. To date, more than 15,000 recruiters from companies such as Alexander Mann Solutions, Oracle, Shell, Phili ... Read more
The Liffey Trust are delighted to announce we have partnered up with Trinity College Dublin on an exciting new MBA programme which will honour The Liffey Trust Director Séamus McDermott.
Mr McDermott has had a life-long passion for supporting and encouraging entrepreneurs. Since its foundation, The Liffey Trust has helped more than 200 bus ... Read more
Are you an entrepreneur from outside Dublin within the fintech space? If so listen up.
Enterprise Ireland has launched two new start-up funds, targeting 30 businesses.
€1m will go into a regional fund, 20 start-ups will receive up to €50,000 each to develop their business. The remaining €500,000 is set aside for 10 fintech start-ups.
Many companies in Ireland both big and small worry Brexit may have an operational impact on their business.
If a deal is to be reached between the EU and the UK, the negotiations could have important implications for existing business arrangements and trading.
Ask yourself the following four questions, If you struggle please consider attend ... Read more
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