Today the standard rate of Irish VAT will be temporarily reduced from 23% to 21% for a six-month period from the period 1 September 2020
A recent survey conducted in June this year by the National University of Ireland Galway, found that 83% of people currently working from home, would
The Dublin Chamber is calling on the Government to clarify rationale behind the introduction of new COVID-19 guidelines announced yesterday. They’ve said that there is
More businesses than ever before are opting for a virtual office over a physical one. A virtual office is an alternative to renting a physical office and
Applications are now open for the Enterprise Centre Fund, which enables Irish enterprise centres to avail of grants of up to €150,000 to develop a
New Covid-19 Midlands Lockdown soon to be extended? Protect your business today with a virtual office.
As of midnight the populations of Kildare, Laois and Offaly will be on lockdown for the next two weeks. Taoiseach Micheál Martin also said cafes,
More than half of Ireland’s businesses are in decline following Covid-19 lockdowns, according to cross-Border trade body Intertrade Ireland. The latest results from InterTradeIreland’s Business Monitor