Setting up a company in Ireland - Process explained
Setting up a new company can be a daunting process. That’s why we've created the following infographic. It illustrates each step of the process involved when setting up a company in Ireland.
We have been using LiveChat for a number of years.
It is a great way to communicate and answer questions.
We had our chat with Alex at 8pm Irish time.
We use GoTo meeting and like to do a video call
soon after the web chat. Face to Face meetings
are a great help when doing international business.
The online setup form is really easy to understand
and complete. This form is digitally signed.
Anti Money Laundering (AML) & Know your client (KYC)
checks are an essential part of doing business.
Once we have all the documents back from Alex,
this takes about 3 days.
Alex flew over to Ireland with a colleague and went
on a 2-day road trip organised by the IDA. Alex meets
with all the services providers, peers, and universities.
This can take 4-6 weeks after the company was set up.
The bank really likes face to face meetings with new
customers. The account was open within a week
of the meeting.This includes USD, STG and
We have a lot of contacts in this space. We also helped
connect Alex with a commercial lawyer
to look over the lease.
Alex had a couple of non-EU employees moving to
Ireland. Trusted Partnership helps speed up
processing of work permits.
You need to allow 4-6 months for this and the
department always has some clarifying questions.
Irish Universities are really open to partnering
with innovative tech companies.
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