Dublin is a favoured base for many international businesses and is home to the European headquarters of many more. Find out what’s placed this compact city among the top choices in the world – and see if your business is ready to set up its home here.
Dublin has office spaces suitable for fledgling startups right through to international corporations. From bijou to the very big, from new builds to colourful Georgian conversions, it’s all on offer in the city.
Whatever your needs, you’ll be able to find the perfect base for your business. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a 55m² retail unit or a 12,000m² office space. Available locations include city-centre high-rises in the city’s Central Business District and leafy suburban office parks.
Thanks to ongoing development, Dublin’s pro
While Dublin’s vibrant culture, skilled workforce and business-friendly environment all play a role in attracting investment, it’s no secret that many firms base their operations here to take advantage of the favourable tax incentives provided by the state.
Corporation tax in Ireland is among the lowest in the world. But there’s also plenty of tax reliefs and incentives for those who invest in research and innovation.
From a more practical point of
How to access business grants in Ireland
There is an extensive range of state supports available to companies that base themselves in Dublin. It’s one of the many reasons investment in the city is so strong. The support and financial grants available will depend on your company’s size, sector and plans for R&D.
Here’s an introduction to the business grants and supports you may be able to access. If you’re already running a business in Ireland, you can also check out our page on Covid
Ireland is one of the easiest countries in Europe in which to start a business. If you require a visa to live here, there’s even special programmes to speed up the process for entrepreneurs. If you’re seriously considering bringing an investment to Dublin, here’s an overview of all the legal matters you’ll need to know about.
Irish regulators, across different sectors, have a strong reputation for excellence. These include:
The Central Bank of Ireland, which is the regulator of all financial services firms in Ireland
The Health Products Regulatory