Starting a Small Business in Ireland

Adam Byrne | @adamabyss

I have recently started a new small business here in Ireland and have being going through the official processes to get it up and running in the proper fashion.

According to the ‘Ease of Doing Business Index‘ which is compiled by the World Bank (2012), Ireland places as the 10th highest country in the world in terms of how easy it is to do business. This ranking takes into consideration factors such as the actual start-up of the business, employing workers, paying taxes, enforcing contracts, property rights, getting credit, various issues with regards to registration / official documentation, and so on.

You can review a Reuters article on this subject which gives more details, here:

and see the actual report by the World Bank at this link:

From my own point of view, this index ranking seems fairly accurate because so far it has been plain…

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