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Business Supports

Enterprise-IrelandEnterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. We work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets
INTREOThe Department of Social Protection’s INTREO provides a wide range of supports and services to assist with the needs of employers, designed to make sure that companies have access to potential employees.
intertradeireland-CopyInterTradeIreland has been helping small businesses in Ireland and Northern Ireland explore new cross-border markets, develop new products, processes and services and become investor ready over the last 20 years.
Irish-Point-of-Single-ContactThe Irish Point of Single Contact (PSC) is located in the Internal Market Unit of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. The main role of the PSC is to provide general information on the procedures required for Irish/EU Businesses who intend operating in Ireland. (e.g. procedures required for working as an Architect in Ireland).
SUREStartup Refunds for Entrepreneurs (SURE) is a tax relief incentive scheme. If you are interested in starting your own company, you may be entitled to an income tax refund of up to 41% of the capital that you invest under SURE.
leoThe Local Enterprise Offices (LEO) in Cavan, Louth and Monaghan offer advice, counselling, training, networking and financial support to budding entrepreneurs and existing enterprises in support of the generation of employment and economic growth, for the benefit of all its citizens.
Small-Firms-AssThe Small Firms Association is the “Voice of Small Business” in Ireland with over 8000 member companies. They have lots of information resources which are designed to assist you in managing your business.
nacecThe National Association of Community Enterprise Centres (NACEC) is a network of 120 community enterprise centres in the Republic of Ireland, formed in 2008, Its primary role is to support and develop the interests of community enterprise centres on a national basis.