There are many excellent reasons to locate your new start-up or an existing branch of your business in Dublin. From our favourable low tax regime and supportive environment for start-ups, to the availability of well educated workforce Dublin is the place to be. Ireland is simply a great place to live.
Ireland has already attracted a huge level of foreign direct investment, particularly from the USA. Thousands of American companies have chosen Ireland because of its pro-business environment.
An entrepreneur establishing a start-up should definitely consider Dublin because of the incredible pro-business environment and the wealth of opportunities, supports and talent on offer. If you want your business to flourish, you need to be in the best location.
2. Dublin is a world leader in key innovative sectors
Dublin is home to world-class companies and research centres in sectors such as ICT, life sciences, gaming, financial services and food & beverages. This gives start-ups locating in Ireland easy access to quality staff, experienced entrepreneurs, investors, suppliers, research institutes and other support services with deep expertise in these sectors.
3. Dublin is a dynamic source of start-up funding and support programmes
Dublin-based start-ups have access to an extensive range of start-up support programmes and from a funding perspective, many types of investor, who between them can satisfy the needs of companies across all stages of their growth. On a per capita basis, the level of funding and grants available is high by international standards. Learn more about start-up funding and support programmes.
Dublin is an ideal location for life and work with great opportunities for business and a great way of life for families. With a broad and well educated workforce, it is a great place from which to recruit and retain local and international talent.
Dublin's economic resurgence continues.
Key Facts (Spring 2017) from the Quarterly Dublin Economic Monitor
Employment:Unemployment in Dublin is down to 6.3% from a high of 13% in 2008.
Residential Rents:In Dublin residential rents for both houses and apartments rose markedly in Q4 2016, widening the gap between the capital and the rest of the country.
Residential Property Prices:Continued to increase at rates in excess of 5% year on year between November 2016 and January 2017.
Airport Arrivals: Reached a new peak of 1.2 million in December 2016 to cap an exceptional strong year in which 13.8 million passengers arrived overall.
Port Traffic:Cargo handling at Dublin Port remained close to peak levels.
Consumer Sentiment:Strengthened in Q1 2017 as expectations of future finances and employment improved.
Markit Economics:Dublin PMI data signalled continued strong growth in business activity in Q1 2017, largely driven by the services and construction sectors.
5. Ireland is a gateway to world markets
Ireland is one of the most open and globally connected countries in the world. Its geographic position, easy transport links to Europe, the US and the Middle East; and membership of the EU and Euro provides easy access to some of the richest markets on earth. Learn more about Ireland as a base for accessing world markets.
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