At First Names Group, the focus of our Irish business is on providing turnkey solutions and ongoing corporate services to international clients looking to Ireland as either a platform to expand into the EU and EMEA markets, or a location to base their investment structure. So we like to think we know a thing or two about effectively setting up business operations in Ireland.
On the Institute of Directors in Ireland blog this week, Joanne McEnteggart, Managing Director of our Irish offices, shares her top tips for new or international companies keen to get up and running swiftly in the jurisdiction.
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