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A thoughtful and thorough business plan is essential for presenting your ideas to potential business partners and finance providers.Read More
What kind of company should you form? As a new venture, it's vitally important that you choose the right business structure.Read More
Funding is a critically important topic for all new startups. Learn about the options available for financing your business idea.Read More
Just like any business, a startup needs to pay its taxes. Getting tax advice as early as possible can avoid problems down the road.Read More
For the vast majority of knowledge-based startups, intellectual property (“IP”) is the business’s most important asset.Read More
Once a new company has been formed, a number of key legal agreements and documents must be put in place.Read More
We understand the demands entrepreneurs face when bringing their business ideas from concept stage to the market. Our team works with startups, founders and investors from formation to exit on matters ranging from financing to intellectual property, tax, executive compensation and operational and compliance counseling.
Ronan Daly Jermyn regularly hosts events and workshops with a focus on education, mentorship and networking. Topics of discussion include early stage financing, licensing, contracts, employment and tax issues.Learn more
Figures recently released show that the rate of new company formations in Ireland has increased 6.8% on 2016.Read More
You’ve decided to take a leap and become an employer. What do you need to think about when you’ve found an employee?Read More
The European Commission is seeking reforms in taxation systems within and outside the EURead More
The Finance Bill 2017 has introduced a revamped tax incentive scheme known as "KEEP"Read More
Financial supports and tax reliefs currently available for start-ups and early stage businesses in IrelandRead More
Discussion about the GPEN's findings in 2017's "Sweep"Read More
Discussion of the Position Paper published by the EU in relation to BrexitRead More