‘From the early stages of the pandemic, the Government was quick to provide support for SMEs and new business start-ups,’ said Christine Cullen, managing director of CRIFVision-net. Photograph: iStock

The number of companies set up in Ireland fell 4 per cent last year to 21,924 in 2020, the lowest number level since 2016, as the Covid-19 pandemic we(...)

In total, 5,482 new companies were registered between July and September.

There was a 37 per cent jump in the number of company start-ups in the third quarter as the Irish economy rebounded from the initial wave of the Covid(...)

A total of 9,853 company start-ups were registered in Ireland in first half of 2020, the lowest number since the first half of 2015. Photograph: iStock

New company registrations dipped to a five-year low in the first half of the year, as the coronavirus pandemic chilled the business environment. But(...)

Carmel Dunleavy checks her hair after having it styled in Haircraft Hair & Beauty salon on the High Rd in Letterkenny, Co Donegal. Photograph: Joe Dunne

At Haircraft Hair and Beauty in Letterkenny, Co Donegal, social distancing is being strictly enforced. “I want to hug you,” one returning customer ex(...)

The total number of start-ups in the first three quarters of the year was 17,160 in the State.

The number of new company registrations in the Republic is running more than 5,000 ahead of this time last year, according to new figures from busines(...)

CRIF Vision-net managing director Christine Cullen said the corporate landscape was healthy.

Last year was a record year for company start-ups with an average of almost 62 new companies formed every day, according to figures from business and (...)

There were 440 new start-ups in Limerick in the first half of 2018, a 23 per cent increase on the same period last year.

Limerick saw the biggest growth in new company start-ups in the first half of 2018 but Dublin still accounts for the lion’s share of new business acti(...)

Vision-net said the so-called Beast from the East snowstorm in early March may have led to legal office closures and a temporary suspension of insolvency processing. Photograph: Alan Betson

The fast-growing Irish economy saw 62 companies formed every day in the first quarter of 2018, while the same time the rate of insolvencies fell by ne(...)

In the 10-year period to the end of 2016, an average of 42 Irish companies entered the examinership process each year. Photograph: iStock

The majority of companies that have sought temporary protection from creditors since the financial crash are now back trading as normal. Of the 420 c(...)

Farming saw the highest growth in percentage terms in the first quarter, with new businesses tied to this industry up 45 per cent. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

More than 12,000 new companies were created in the first three months of 2017, figures published on Monday show. Numbers from company-search and cred(...)

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