- by JP Wickremasinghe on 12/11/2018

Our Review of key business statistics for the first nine months of 2018 is now available.

The first nine months of 2018 has proved to be largely positive with company start-up figures close to the record level seen last year and a continued drop in corporate insolvencies.

Having reviewed the figures we can see that there were over 61 new companies formed each day between January and September this year while insolvencies fell by 23%.

While the majority of new companies continue to set-up in Dublin, Limerick again fared well - it was the fifth most popular location for new company start-ups and has seen a 15% increase in numbers compared to the same period in 2017.

Our Review of the first 9 months of 2018 is available to view, in full, below:

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