With multiple schemes for foreign companies in force, expanding into Ireland can lead to great profits. Growth has had the upper hand in Ireland’s economy for many years. By anticipating events, developments, and setbacks, Ireland has done an outstanding job in maintaining a knowledge-focused economy that internationally-owned companies fuel.
Ireland has an open economy and is known for its welcoming policy towards foreign investors. With close ties to the rest of Europe, the US as its biggest export partner and the service and agriculture industry as the main economic pillars, Ireland offers many opportunities for your business.
But going at it without the proper support can increase the costs, time and risks involved. Those challenges can be worked through more efficiently and cost-effectively with the help of a global Professional Employer Organisation (PEO) such as Bradford Jacobs.