Glenveagh lays out its wares, GAA should be marketed in Britain and Dublin is better than Frankfurt
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Glenveagh Properties sees religious orders selling or entering joint ventures to develop more than €500 million of land that could be built on over the next five years.
Glenveagh Properties, the new homebuilder that is preparing to float on the Irish and London stock markets next week, sees religious orders selling or entering joint ventures to develop more than ¤500 million of land that could be built on over the next five years. Joe Brennan has the details.
GAA matches should be marketed to British tourists as part of greater efforts to attract “culturally curious” visitors to Ireland, the British Irish Chamber of Commerce has urged. Laura Slattery reports.
Dublin is a better choice than Frankfurt or Paris for financial services companies moving operations from London because of Brexit, the Lord Mayor of London Andrew Parmley has said, writes Denis Staunton from London.
Reducing the personal tax burden is a key priority for Irish businesses ahead of Budget 2018, with proposed changes to US tax law less of a concern, a survey has found. Fiona Reddan reports.
Mark Paul meets Claudia Marshall, Ikea’s Ireland market manager, who is determined and able - and rarely strays from the manual
Irish consumer sentiment rose to an 18-month high in September despite downbeat expectations about next Tuesday’s budget and the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit.
Caveat says that if you build it, the tourists will come.
Olive Keogh has some advice on how to cope when your To Do list becomes unworkable.
You will find all you need to know about Budget 2018 here.Have a good weekend,