Бизнес в Ирландии

There were more than 271,000 businesses operating in Ireland in 2017, the highest number on record, according to figures released recently from the Central Statistics Office

11.07.2019

A few other interesting statistics : this figure was up 8.5% on the 2016 figure of 250,033 companies these companies employed around 1.55 million people the services sector accounted for 51 % of these companies, the construction sector accounted for 21.1 % construction had the biggest jump in people employed between 2013-2017 at 50% services […]

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Self-employed to benefit from the dole for the first time from November

04.07.2019

Self-employed workers will be able to benefit from a welfare payment of €203 a week should they find themselves out of work from November. It will be the first time that the self-employed have been granted access to jobseeker’s benefit, and it will be paid at the same rate as those who are employed and […]

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Self-employed people to become eligible for jobseeker’s payment under new initiative

29.04.2019

Self-employed people will become eligible to claim a jobseeker’s welfare payment from November, based on their social insurance contributions. The Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty, has said the initiative will provide an income safety net to thousands of small and medium businesses throughout the country. However, the Irish Congress of Trade […]

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В Interview with Dr Alexey Kostin, President of ICAC

22.01.2019

1 February 2019 (4.30-6.30) in Dublin the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and The Irish Arbitration Association are organising an interview with Dr Alexey Kostin, President of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICAC), world’s leading international institution for commercial dispute resolution. A detailed […]

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Translation company secures €500k funding

04.01.2019

Full service translation and interpreting company, TRANSLIT, has secured half a million euro in funding through private equity firm, Clashrock Capital. Headquartered in Cork, with offices in Dublin and Limerick, TRANSLIT has an impressive portfolio of national and international public and private sector clients.  The company, which employs translators and interpreters all around the world, […]

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BUSINESS GROUP IBEC has said that Ireland “has a lot to lose” in the context of a US-EU trade war because of the country’s dependency on US steel

29.08.2018

In its latest quarterly report, Ibec has predicted economic growth of 5.7% this year, ahead of similar forecasts by both the government and Central Bank, but warned of a number potential risks. The group says that Ireland’s economy has “firmly moved into a ‘post-recovery’ stage” with “households clearly benefiting from rising incomes” and a strong […]

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Арендодатель говорит, что не будет продлевать аренду для моего предприятия

08.06.2018

4 года назад я открыл бизнес в Ирландии. До этого я не работал из-за того, что меня сократили. Я воспользовался программой back to work. Заключил договор аренды. Мы договорились, что арендодатель мне предоставит право находиться в помещении долгие годы. Я вложил все средства и сделал ремонт. Теперь, когда бизнес только начал приносить прибыль, арендодатель говорит, […]

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Инвестиционный фонд инноваций поможет ирландским предпринимателям

25.05.2017

Местные управления по предпринимательству начали прием заявок на распределение финансовой помощи от «Инновационного фонда».

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Dublin Duona – 10 лет

10.04.2017

Литовская пекарня в Дублине «Dublin Duona» отмечает свой первый юбилей!

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Российско-ирландский бизнес форум и торговая миссия B2B, г. Дублин, 29 -31 марта 2017 г.

06.03.2017

Ирландско-Русский Торговый Дом при поддержке Посольства Российской Федерации и Общероссийской общественной организации «Деловая Россия» проводит комплексную многоотраслевую бизнес-миссию и форум российских и ирландских деловых кругов в столице Ирландии. 

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