The European Commission (EU) has recently offered positive information on the prospects of the Irish economy. EC announced that the Irish economy will increase in 2017 by 3.4%, in the context in which the economic growth in other European countries may decrease or slow down. Thus, businessmen who want to open a company in Ireland could benefit from the advantages of a solid and developed economy. Our team of company formation representatives in Ireland can offer advice on the legislation regulating the field in which the investors hold interest.
The Irish aviation industry represents a key player for the local Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The industry has brought more than EUR 4 billion to the Irish economy, while the Irish Aviation Authority considers that Ireland represents a country of aviators. Foreign investors who are interested in Irish company formation should know that the industry benefits from an attractive taxation system. At the same time, it benefits from the provisions of the double taxation treaties signed by Ireland with other contracting states, which can provide a set of tax advantages to companies operating in the field. Our specialists in company incorporation in Ireland can offer more information on how to register a company in the field of aviation.
The tourism industry in Ireland is maintaining a solid growth rate and thus, businessmen interested in opening a company here can find several investment opportunities. It is important to know that the Irish Central Statistics Office announced that more tourists are interested in visiting Ireland and another relevant aspect in this sense is related to the fact that they are spending more time in this country. In the third quarter of the year, Ireland registered an increase of 10%, compared to the same period of the previous year. Our team of company formation specialists in Ireland can offer more information on this matter.
The Irish economy performed very well in 2016, as the country represents at the moment the fastest growing economy at a European level. Moreover, the economic development experienced by Ireland was not influenced in a negative way by the results of the Brexit referendum. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) in Ireland revealed that the value of the businesses operating in this country increased by 4% (the analysis is carried out up until the level of September 2016). Businessmen interested in opening a company in Ireland should know that the increase for the companies was measured based on the gross domestic product. Our team of company formation representatives in Ireland can provide more details on the matter.
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and also the largest city in the country. Dublin provides the most important investment market in the country and the businessmen who are interested in company registration in Ireland should know that the city is one of the best locations in Europe for investments in the field of real estate. Our team of company formation specialists in Ireland can provide assistance on the legal aspects related to the incorporation of an Irish company or an investment fund.
Ireland registered in 2016 the highest employment level deriving from foreign direct investment (FDI) activities set up in this country. The Industrial Development Authority (IDA) announced that one in five jobs which are created in Ireland is of FDI origin, sustained through the assistance of the institution. The level of employment registered in 2016 represents a record within the 67 years of IDA’ activity. Persons who are interested in company registration in Ireland can find out more details on the employment legislation available here from our team of specialists in company formation.
Cyber – security should represent a priority for any company incorporated in Ireland or elsewhere, as this measure will secure the online activities of a company and its employees. With one of the most developed economies in the European Union and in the world, Ireland represents 4th best country at a global level for business purposes. Those who are interested in company registration in Ireland should know that the local authorities have recently opened the Cyber-security Centre of Excellence, a project implemented through Industrial Development Authority (IDA). Our team of company formation representatives in Ireland can offer more details on this matter.
Ireland, which is one of the most important locations for business domiciliation, has recently been nominated as the international leader in marine technology. The Industrial Development Agency (IDA), which is the main authority for creating foreign direct investment opportunities in Ireland, announced that the Irish Marine Cluster received the International Maritime Partner Award, which was offered at the Blue Tech& Blue Economy Summit, held in San Diego. Foreign investors who are interested in company registration in Ireland in this field can receive various incentives for such businesses. Entrepreneurs may find more details on the legal requirements related to this industry from our team of company formation representatives in Ireland.
At times, businesses fail to meet their purpose and have to be closed down. The reasons vary in accordance with the business choices taken by the investors, the competitors on the market, the business opportunities available in the respective field, the quality of the employees and many others. However, businessmen can also close a business if they no longer want to continue the respective company. In such case, the businessmen can opt to sell their company. Our team of specialists in company formation in Ireland can assist entrepreneurs with advice on the matter, if they are considering closing down a company.
With a great investment market, Ireland is now one of the top locations chosen by foreign investors who are interested in company registration in this country. One of the main aspects when opening a business in Ireland refers to the company’s business office. The main cities in Ireland, especially Dublin, are the top priorities in choosing a location for setting up a company. However, this process should be performed taking into account the business field in which the company will activate, the value of the rent, the facilities the investor needs and can access and more others. Our team of Irish company formation consultants can offer assistance on how to find a suitable office the company, taking into account the above mentioned aspects.
Ireland has not always been one of the top economies of the world. Its development began in 1922, when the state became an autonomous country, under a treaty which offered Ireland the statute of free state. In the following years, the local authorities enabled various rules and incentives for many economic sectors, which have had positive results, but only to a small degree. It can be said the first important step for its rapid development took place when the government enabled investment policies which aimed at attracting foreign businessmen in Ireland. An example in this sense is the Export Profits Tax Relief regulation, imposed in 1956. Our team of consultants in company formation can offer an in-depth presentation on this matter.
When thinking about opening a company in a foreign country, the investors should take into consideration many aspects referring to the respective economy, the incentives provided to various industries, the taxation level applicable to companies, the characteristics of the local workforce and many others. Our team of Irish company formation representatives can offer assistance on the main reasons to invest in Ireland and they will also provide representation for all the stages of the incorporation procedure.
Ireland represent a great business location not only because it provides an attractive taxation system, but also because it offers incentives, grants and programmes applicable to numerous business fields, which are helped by the local authorities to achieve their economic potential. Businessmen interested to set up a company in Ireland in the field of agriculture are advised to invest here, as the local authorities, represented in this case by Enterprise Ireland, provides attractive grants to newly incorporated agri-businesses. Our team of Irish company formation representatives can offer an in-depth presentation on the incorporation procedure.
Persons who want to relocate to Ireland or those who are interested in working here for a limited amount of time should first verify which is the monthly cost of living in this country. The cost of living refers to daily aspects of live, such as the price of food, accommodation, education, healthcare, public transportation and many others. Businessmen who want to set up a business here should also take these aspects into consideration, as they will spend a significant period of time in Ireland. Our team of Irish company formation specialists can offer assistance for the incorporation of a new company, but they can also offer more details on the daily life aspects.
Following the results of the referendum referring to the exit of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU), many investors have expressed their wish to relocate their UK businesses. The businessmen are taking into consideration to proceed to this action as the conditions that are generally applicable in the EU will no longer be accessible to them, which will raise the level of taxation and that will cut the access to various grants or incentives. A location which can provide many business opportunities and still keep the regulations applicable in EU is Ireland and businessmen who want to set up a company here can receive assistance on how to relocate a business from our team of Irish company formation specialists.
Foreign businessmen interested in opening a company in Ireland are advised to relocate here, in order to manage their respective business in a more effective way. Those who want to move in Ireland on a definite or indefinite period of time should be familiar with the local environment, which can refer to various aspects – such as the characteristics of the Irish citizens, their preferences in spending the free time, the way to interact with Irish businessmen and many others. Our team of Irish company formation representatives can offer assistance to entrepreneurs who want to relocate in Ireland.
The Irish economy is even more reliable than previously thought, as the recent data provided by the local authorities is showing. The aspect that should be of importance to foreign investors is that the Irish economy grew by 26% in 2015 due the inclusion of the foreign legal entities as part of the corporate sector’s value. In this case, the rate of 26% represents a three times increase compared to the previous estimates. Businessmen interested in setting up a company in Ireland can receive assistance on the registration process from our team of Irish company incorporation representatives.
Young entrepreneurs who want to launch a start-up may choose Ireland as the place of the incorporation of their new company. There are several reasons which make Ireland a very attractive business location, some of them referring to the competitive taxation system or to its investment policies. Our team of company formation representatives in Ireland can offer assistance for the registration of a start-up in Ireland and can offer guidance on the local legislation.
The fintech sector in Ireland, which refers to financial and technological companies, is sustained through a set of measures in this country. Recently, the Ministry of Jobs announced an important investment project, with a total value of EUR 500,000, created by the Enterprise Ireland Competitive Start Fund (CSF). The investment project is addressed only to fintech businesses established in Ireland. Our team of Irish company formation representatives can offer an extensive presentation on the types of companies which can benefit from the fund.
Although there is no perfect recipe for developing a business, there are several ways in which companies can be helped to grow in a faster manner. Investors who are interested in growing their business in Ireland can receive assistance on the matter from our team of Irish company formation specialists, who can assess the current situation of the business and who can propose specific business strategies.