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Starting a Business

In this section you will find information on the steps involved in starting a business, to the provision of grants for feasibility studies, provision of financial support for the establishment of new businesses or expansion of existing ones and the provision of a range of soft supports such as training and mentoring.

  • AIB - Business Plan Wizard
    AIB's Business Plan is intended to generate discussion and considerations of the more important issues to be taken into account when starting and running a business. more »
  • Bank of Ireland - Business Start-up Package
    Bank of Ireland (BOI) has a wealth of experience in helping new businesses become a success and their Business Start-Up Package is designed to help you every step of the way. more »
  • BASIS - Start Your Own Business
    An information source for projects or for considering starting up yor own business. more »
  • Business Information Centre
    The Business Information Centre, run by Dublin City Public Libraries, is a reference service specialising in company and market information. more »
  • Citizens Information - Starting a business in Ireland
    If you are considering starting up your own business, becoming self-employed, or even re-locating your business to Ireland, there are many issues you will need to consider. more »
  • Companies Registration Office
    The CRO deals with the incorporation of companies and the registration of business names, the receipt and registration of post incorporation documents, and the enforcement of the Companies Acts in relation to the filing obligations of companies. more »
  • DCU - Starting a business
    Irish students and graduates have shown a particular flair for entreprenuership and many have gone on to successfully create and manage their own companies. more »
  • Dublin Business Innovation Centre
    The Dublin Business Innovation Centre provides services under the DBIC Client Assistance Programme for selected early-stage business start-ups. more »
  • Dublin City Enterprise Board
    The aim of DCEB is to support micro enterprise development in Dublin City, thus strengthening the sustainability of local economies to provide employment opportunities within their own communities. more »
  • DublinMailDrop.com
    Dublin Mail Drop provides a professional virtual office service in central Dublin 4 Ireland, offering clients/businesses the opportunity to have a presence in Dublin without incurring high costs that.. more »
 

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