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#InterTradeIreland

# intertradeireland - Monday 9 March, 2015

These are the businesses you want to be in across Ireland right now

Big or small, north or south – we have the figures for them all.

# intertradeireland - Friday 5 December, 2014

Business Poll: So this year's coming to a close - but how is 2015 looking? Business Poll This post contains a poll

Business Poll: So this year's coming to a close - but how is 2015 looking?

Is it going to be a bumper year or is trade still in the doldrums?

# intertradeireland - Monday 17 November, 2014

It's no longer just big export companies that are recruiting more staff

Business recovery is spreading and that’s good news for workers.

# intertradeireland - Monday 18 August, 2014

Drop in performance leaves just 30% of small businesses in 'growth mode'

InterTradeIreland says that growth isn’t widespread, despite signs of recovery.

# intertradeireland - Monday 21 May, 2012

Only 15 per cent of firms are in growth mode - survey

An all-island survey found that 46 per cent half of Irish businesses are currently experiencing contraction, fighting for survival, or are in the process of winding up.

# intertradeireland - Monday 19 December, 2011

One-third of Irish businesses prevented from growing by credit shortage

Almost half of businesses in the InterTradeIreland study were either shrinking, struggling or winding up entirely.

# intertradeireland - Sunday 12 June, 2011

Half of all businesses in Ireland are contracting or struggling to survive

New research by a body which supports small and medium enterprises finds that the rising cost of overheads such as energy is a key concern for many businesses in Ireland.