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Build to Rent would help solve housing crisis, claims CBRE

15th May 2017

CBRE has called on the Government to follow the UK’s Build To Rent (BTR) model, where some £27.7bn (€33bn) of equity is currently targeting the sector across the water. The property sector consultants said there is an opportunity to attract significant capital from European and US institutional investors and to speed up efforts to resolve […]

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Number of long-term jobless is down 19pc

15th May 2017

There has been a 19.1pc fall in the number of long-term claimants on the live register since April 2016. The number of males who are long-term claimants decreased by 18,986 – or 21.7pc – in the year to April 2017, while the number of female long-term claimants decreased by 7,390 (14.6pc), according to the latest […]

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How to protect your computer from future cyber attacks

15th May 2017

In light of the current cyber attacks which have affected more than 200,000 people in over 150 countries, Richard Brown, director of the national cyber security centre, has advised that the most common way of dealing with the threat of cyber attacks is good practice, especially the updating of anti-virus systems regularly. Speaking on Rte […]

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Households’ worth jumps on back of property price rise

11th May 2017

The surge in property prices has pushed up the net worth of households.The debts of consumers here are also falling faster than elsewhere in the European Union. New figures from the Central Bank show that the average household in this country now has a net worth of €137,000. It has risen because of the strong […]

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Households’ worth jumps on back of property price rise

11th May 2017

The surge in property prices has pushed up the net worth of households.The debts of consumers here are also falling faster than elsewhere in the European Union. New figures from the Central Bank show that the average household in this country now has a net worth of €137,000. It has risen because of the strong […]

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FutureScope conference aims to unlock potential

11th May 2017

More than 1,200 people will attend today’s FutureScope conference in Dublin. The event aims to bring together 300 startup and scale-up businesses with entrepreneurs and large enterprises to develop opportunities for working together. Delegates will hear about evolving trends and how they are expected to shape the world, with more than 90 speakers and panellists […]

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FutureScope conference aims to unlock potential

11th May 2017

More than 1,200 people will attend today’s FutureScope conference in Dublin. The event aims to bring together 300 startup and scale-up businesses with entrepreneurs and large enterprises to develop opportunities for working together. Delegates will hear about evolving trends and how they are expected to shape the world, with more than 90 speakers and panellists […]

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Looking for flexible, co-working office space? Savills has the answer

11th May 2017

Savills Ireland has launched Workthere, a new service to help growing businesses find flexible, co-working, and services office space across Ireland. The brokerage service and website listing platform will offer a professional, easy, and transparent way for office providers to let their space and for occupiers to identify flexible working space that fits their individual […]

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Looking for flexible, co-working office space? Savills has the answer

11th May 2017

Savills Ireland has launched Workthere, a new service to help growing businesses find flexible, co-working, and services office space across Ireland. The brokerage service and website listing platform will offer a professional, easy, and transparent way for office providers to let their space and for occupiers to identify flexible working space that fits their individual […]

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Slash banking fees by moving your current account to another bank

9th May 2017

This is a far cry from the first half of 2014, when over 26,000 customers switched, although this was mainly due to the exit of Danske Bank and ACC Bank from the current account market. “The main reason for inertia in switching current accounts is fear that something will go wrong,” said Simon Moynihan of […]

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