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Company creation in Ireland vs. other EC Countries

When registering a company, the destination choice does not only depend on the bureaucracy involved. It also encompasses the operating conditions the business will have to face in the future as well as its legal obligations to the authorities. Selecting between Ireland and other EC countries involves looking over the benefits the Republic of Ireland has to offer compared to its counterparts.
 

Company creation in Ireland vs. other EC Countries

When registering a company, the destination choice does not only depend on the bureaucracy involved. It also encompasses the operating conditions the business will have to face in the future as well as its legal obligations to the authorities. Selecting between Ireland and other EC countries involves looking over the benefits the Republic of Ireland has to offer compared to its counterparts.
 

Licensing joint ventures in Ireland

Collaboration has become the new cool, not only in the business landscape but in almost every industry. The Irish jurisdiction is in great support of joint ventures and establishing a joint venture in Ireland comes with a number of benefits. Ireland even has a government agency (Enterprise Ireland) set in place for the development of local Irish companies and the development of successful joint ventures. Enterprise Ireland is also responsible for innovation, technology transfer among other calculated alliance arrangements.
 

Eligibility criteria for High Potential Start-ups in Ireland

In Ireland High Potential Start-Ups or HPSU are those companies with the potential to provide an innovative service or product for sale on global markets and the capability to generate at least 10 jobs and €1m in sales within three years of commencement. In general, HSPUs are those companies with the ability to drive innovation and wealth creation, by developing new products and markets never seen before and generating networks which never existed before.
 

How to open a pub in Ireland

Ireland has always been known for its quality beverages and setting up your own Irish pub can be both an interesting and lucrative way to start a venture in Ireland. The Laws set in place to govern licensing matters in Ireland encompass a myriad of different Acts and Statutes passed into effect since the year 1880. Over the years these Acts have been revised and new ones have been introduced. Just like any other business entities in Ireland, a pub should be registered with the Companies Registration Office, the main body responsible for issuing registration licenses in Ireland. This is prerequisite for all entities in Ireland.