- by J on 01/05/2018

Our Q1-2018 business statistics are available.

The first three months of 2018 continued on in much the same fashion as 2017 concluded with positive news in relation to company start-ups and corporate insolvencies.

Having reviewed the figures we can see that there were over 60 new companies formed each day in Q1-2018 while insolvencies fell by almost 40%.

Dublin remains the location of choice for the majority of new companies but there was also positive news for Cork, which experienced a jump in start-up numbers compared to the same period in 2017.

Our full Q1-2018 Review is available to view, in full, below:

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