Doing Business in Ireland – Updated 2018 Edition

Doing Business in Ireland - Crowe Ireland

Doing Business in Ireland 2018 – Crowe’s guide to setting up and investing in Ireland

As the only native English-speaking member that will be left in the EU post-Brexit, Ireland is ideally positioned to access the internal EU market of 500 million people.

Ireland offers a combination of a highly educated, skilled and flexible workforce, an advanced infrastructure and a pro-business environment. Furthermore, it has a transparent, common law based legal system and its membership of the EU ensures unrestricted access to EU markets for companies based in Ireland. Ireland remains one of the most welcoming places in the world for international business and foreign direct investment, and it is a great place to invest, do business, work, and live.

Ireland continues to attract a significant level of foreign investment and has experienced strong and consistent growth in a number of key sectors such as:

  • Life sciences
  • Information and communications technologies
  • Consumer and industrial products
  • Financial services

Ireland’s prosperity is a product of its success as a trading nation. The IMD World Competitiveness 2017 Yearbook ranked Ireland:

  • 1st in the world for investment incentives for foreign investors
  • 1st in the world for labour productivity, flexibility and adaptability of workforce and attitude toward globalisation
  • 2nd for most competitive country in Eurozone
  • 6th most competitive economy in the world

As one of the leading professional services firms in the world, Crowe can provide you with the reassurance and expert advice you require to maximise the return on your investment in Ireland. Find out more about the range of services we can provide.

For more information please contact:

John Byrne, Partner, Tax

Tel: +353 1 448 2200;