- by Patrick Cooney on 26/01/2021

The 2021 Business Review has arrived

As Ireland's economy continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, CRIFVision-net has released the 'Business Barometer: Annual Review 2021' highlighting the impact of the pandemic on the Irish economy over the past twelve months.

Statistics collated and analysed by CRIFVision-net paints a picture of the business environment in Ireland at the moment as well as what to expect going forward - with insights from both our Managing Director, Christine Cullen as well as our Regional UK & Ireland Director, Sara Costantini.

This year's report shows the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on company start-ups. It charts company closures and how despite the numerous lockdowns, a combination of initial court closures, debt moratoriums and government supports as well as a strong bounce of economic activity in Q3, has resulted in an overall reduction in corporate and personal insolvencies in 2020 even with continued uncertainty.

As well as this, you can expect analysis on all the key trends that have emerged in the past year for Directorships, Closures Vs Start-ups, Export Markets and much more...

Our full 2021 Review is available to view in full, below:

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