Investing abroad raises all sorts of concerns, but IDA Ireland has got your back. As Ireland's FDI agency we have partnered with over 1,200 clients, helping them not only establish but ramp up their Irish operations. Partner with us and you will soon understand why Ireland wins for ease of doing business.
We provide comprehensive support to your company as you consider how Ireland is the country best suited for your investment. IDA Ireland - the source of all you need to know on your investment journey.
IDA Ireland can financially support our clients in areas such as Research & Development, Training, Employment and Capital expenditure. Financial support is dependent on company size, category, the activity to be undertaken and its potential impact. We can also support our clients in accessing other sources of grants from other Irish and EU Funding agencies.
Ireland is ranked as one of the best countries in the world for business (Forbes). This guide demonstrates why. Our goal is to make the process of establishing your business in Ireland as seamless and straightforwards as possible. Welcome to our Fast Landing Service.
Discover how the Irish investment process works, from initial enquiry to a hassle-free set-up in Ireland. Simply click below.
IDA Ireland offers a range of services to companies considering investing in Ireland. From facts and funding to site visits and property solutions, we've got the answers to your FDI questions.
Specialist IDA Ireland teams work across the globe in order to connect with potential and existing clients. We're eager to talk to you about your business.
Our publications contain a wealth of information, facts and figures on Ireland for FDI investors and researchers. Below are links to our current publications and key statements on a range of policy issues.
Facts About Ireland 2017
Tax Brochure 2016
Ireland is Great Brochure
R&D in Ireland
You'll find us responsive to your needs, proactive, professional and willing to go the extra mile.
We have 28 Offices worldwide helping support companies expand their operations in Ireland.