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EU-UK trade deal - 15/11/2020
There was a collective sigh of relief across the world as President-elect Joe Biden made his victory speech. In Ireland, that relief was accentuated both by Biden's Irish ancestry and, more importantly, by his position on Brexit. Biden is adamant that any post-Brexit trade deal must not compromise peace in Northern Ireland. Many feel that this position bodes well for a deal between the UK and EU rather [...]
TikTok to create 200 jobs in Ireland by early 2021 - 11/11/2020
TikTok plans to hire 200 more people in Ireland over the next three months, having already grown its workforce here rapidly during the year. The Chinese social media company has announced plans to bring its employee numbers here to 1,100 by early 2021 - having employed just 20 people in January. TikTok allows users to create and share short videos that include different filters and backing tracks, and [...]
FutureScope conference aims to unlock potential - 10/05/2017
More than 1,200 people will attend today's FutureScope conference in Dublin. The event aims to bring together 300 startup and scale-up businesses with entrepreneurs and large enterprises to develop opportunities for working together. Delegates will hear about evolving trends and how they are expected to shape the world, with more than 90 speakers and panellists set to provide insights. The event, at Dubl [...]
Significant interest from UK firms looking to relocate to Ireland - Central Bank - 10/05/2017
The Central Bank is seeing significant levels of interest from UK firms considering relocating to Ireland as a result of Brexit, according to the regulator’s Director of Policy & Risk Gerry Cross. Speaking at a Brexit seminar in New York, Mr Cross said the Central Bank’s well-structured approach to authorisations means that for applications of significant size or importance, a dedicated team will be e [...]
Irish tech start-ups raise €247m in the first quarter - 10/05/2017
Irish tech start-ups have raised over €3 billion since the financial crash of 2008, according to new figures that show SMEs obtained €247 million in funding the first three months of this year alone. This marks a 4 per cent rise on the first quarter of 2016 when €237.4 million was raised. It also compares with a low of just €26.6 million in the same three month period in 2008. The latest VenturePulse surv [...]
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