Ultimate Guide to Scaling a Business in Ireland

Around two-thirds of Ireland’s workforce, more than 1m people, are employees of SMEs that generate more than half of turnover in Ireland.

The reality is that the majority of these companies employ under 100 people and scaling and exporting needs to become the mantra for managing directors of businesses with the potential to grow and go further.

In 2019 alone indigenous Irish companies exported €25.6bn worth of goods, out of which exports to Eurozone region saw record growth of 15pc to €5.6bn, while exports to North America increased by 16pc to €4.7bn, according to Enterprise Ireland.

Over the past month ThinkBusiness has compiled a series of articles to inspire and provide owner-mangers with the know-how and ambition to scale up.

5 tips to help you scale your business

Time to scale the Eurozone ambitions of Irish SMEs

How Chupi Sweetman built a rare diamond of a business

How Cork’s Aspira scaled to be a global tech player

5 key tips for scaling businesses starting their export journey

Sailing to scaling: Laura Dillon on Waterland’s €2.5bn fund

The Handmade Soap Co's scaling journey

Global Shares reveals cap table tool for scaling firms

Scaling your business: Climb bigger mountains

Who dares scales: TEKenable primed for Low Code future

Are Irish family businesses set up to scale?

Voyages of discovery: Trust and responsibility in Business

Resources for starting and growing a business in Ireland

How to write a really great business plan

Source: ThinkBusiness.ie

 

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