The Irish Point of Single Contact brings together information on procedures and services to those intending to establish a business in Ireland.
General information for doing business in Ireland
You can find the following key information for business:
- Start Your Own Business Programme - The Dublin City Public Libraries Spring 2017 Start Your Own Business Programme in association with the Local Enterprise Office, Dublin City and QED Training takes place from 23rd March to 27th April. The programme is a series of six free talks and is aimed at those contemplating self-employment and in need of guidance and expertise in all aspects of starting or growing a business in Ireland.
By the end of the programme you will:
1. Understand the pros and cons of being your own boss
2. Know the key requirements and key tasks needed to start a business
3. Learn how to put a business plan together
4. Be able to evaluate your personal skills in business
5. Know where to get advice and source finance for your business
6. Be clear about the legal requirements for starting a business
You can reserve your seat by:
Telephoning 01 873 3996 OR Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
OR Online https://www.localenterprise.ie/DublinCity/Start-or-Grow-your-Business/Starting-a-Business/Library-Talks/
- Licences.ie - This new licensing portal will allow businesses to register and apply for licenses they are obliged to have for trading purposes in a one-stop-shop thus reducing dramatically the amount of time in form filling required to comply with various licensing obligations. The development of Licenses.ie is an ambitious and transformative initiative for how businesses and licensing bodies interact.
- SOLVIT - SOLVIT is an informal problem-solving network created to solve problems that EU citizens or businesses are experiencing with the public administrations of EU Member States. These problems must be associated with a denial of their Internal Market rights due to Internal Market law not being applied correctly. Complaints should be submitted through the European Commission SOLVIT website complaint form. Before submitting a complaint you should ensure that you have gathered all supporting documentation so that it can be uploaded to the complaint database. Should you need information on your EU rights you should first consult the Your Europe website where you can find information on your EU rights including practical information on moving around the EU for citizens and businesses.
- Single Market Business Tools - Playlist of European Commission videos which provides information on doing business in the Single Market (featuring the Points of Single Contact)