Information to form a company in Ireland

Information to form a company in Ireland Since the new Companies Act 2014 came into force on 01st June 2015 there have been some changes to the information that is required to form a new company. Many of the changes that have been made to form a company have been very positive. So what information… Read More »

Changing a Director in a Company

Changing a Director in a Company. From time to time it may necessary to retire or appoint a new company director. Changing a director in a company can be done relatively quickly. Currently all companies are required to have two Directors in a company, but legislation has been published which will change this. Once the… Read More »

Irish Formations teams up with Register 365

Irish Formations teams up with Register 365 Irish Formations is proud to announce that it has partnered with Register 365 to offer businesses free .com domains with every Company Formation or Business Name Registration. Recently Register365 blogged about this promotion on their blog site. Register 365 recently engaged in a survey which revealed that 68%… Read More »

Company Formation Documents

When we form a company for you, you are sent a set of company formation documents in the post to complete the process. Depending on what company formations pack you have chosen, this set of documents is as follows. We have chosen the Premium Pack as an example: Certificate of Incorporation: This document is issued… Read More »

Customer service driven growth.

Generally, when planning for the growth of a business, customer service seems to be either a given, or an after thought in many businesses. Many of us feel we know what our customers want, and nearly all of us are surprised when we drill down into the details of satisfying our customer needs. Good Customer… Read More »

Thinking of starting a new business?

We found this great video for anyone just thinking about starting their own business. It asks a great question; “What would you do if you knew you would not fail.”