Dublin Economy

Dublin’s economy is at a critical juncture. Growth is strong but Brexit is posing a unique and significant challenge to the region. There are of course major uncertainties regarding the future EU-UK relationship. However, Brexit is just one of the external threats facing Dublin. Now...

daa has worked closely with a range of key government, operational and commercial stakeholders to ensure robust contingency measures will minimise any potential Brexit impact. daa is a global airport and travel retail group which operates in 13 countries. In Ireland, daa manages and operates the...

By addressing the gender gap Ireland can unleash innovation and creativity and spark a new era of entrepreneur led economic growth. Entrepreneurship fuels economic growth, with new businesses accounting for a significant proportion of new job creation. Ireland is not fully exploiting its entrepreneurial potential, with...

Entrepreneurship and the creation of start-ups are increasingly important and recognised drivers of economic growth, employment and innovation globally and indeed in Ireland. As almost one in five people aspire to start a business in Ireland and as entrepreneurial activity continues to develop(1), the importance...

Enterprise Ireland sees a multidimensional approach to innovation as more likely to deliver the improved business results and strengthen the competitiveness of Irish companies in international markets. Innovation is essential for all businesses to ensure they sustain competitiveness, improve productivity, and build resilience. As the global...

SME's are the backbone of the Dublin economy and supporting initiatives that drive their competitiveness is a key objective of Local Government. Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council are leading in supporting local business. As a council having rate paying clients of diverse scale and in diverse...

South Dublin partnership to deliver Sustainable Business Programme, awarded the ‘Local Authority Collaboration’ Award at the National Chamber of Ireland Awards 2019.  In 2011, South Dublin Chamber and South Dublin County Council came together as partners to form the Business Sustainability Programme. This partnership sought to...

Like many influences on the state today, concepts that emerge in North America and spread to the United Kingdom, often find a home on these shores. Sports economics is no different. The study of the economics of sport is very much in its infancy in Ireland...