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Lowden Guitars: What Does The Future Hold For Luthiers? 

By Aron Debreceni / February 19, 2021

In the 19th and 20th centuries, several guitar manufacturing companies were founded like C.F. Martin & Company (1833), Gibson (1902),  Fender (1946), and even though all of these companies were established privately, as a result of free competition, all of them grew to be major instrument manufacturing corporations that are still dominant these days.  Irish […]

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Understanding and filing Irish tax returns

By Sonia / January 27, 2021

Tax! It’s the cursed word that all adults despise. I certainly do. The very idea of understanding the concept of comprehending, calculating, and paying your taxes seems daunting, but is there a silver lining? Are you paying more tax than you should and more importantly does the taxman owe YOU money? How does the Irish […]

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5 benefits of working in a multicultural company

By Marina Barboza / January 25, 2021

The complex and dynamic business environment has demanded more innovations from companies. A multicultural company is a work team composed of people from different ethnic and professional backgrounds, with diverse beliefs, values, opinion, etc. This generates synergies that may lead to good results, advantage over competitors, and innovations. Multiculturalism is the coexistence of several cultures […]

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Top Global Consumer Trends of 2021

By Meladi Brewer / January 25, 2021

The top global consumer trends of 2021 became the products of a pandemic. When the coronavirus hit in 2020, a global crisis accrued. Stay-at-home orders and social distancing quickly became the norm. Businesses were forced to change tactics, and the habits consumers have picked up during 2020 are going to be here to stay. People […]

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Ireland: the 13th most expensive place in the world

By Natalie Briggs / January 22, 2021

  So, you’ve bitten the bullet. Whatever the reason – school, better work opportunities or finding a better life – you’ve moved to Ireland. And, it’s likely that, until you get your bearings, money is tight.  You’re not going to be pleased to hear this. On Monday, price comparison site, Numbeo, listed Ireland as the […]

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Ireland Based Tech Start-Ups 2021

By Yukti Khera / January 14, 2021

The world has been waiting for this year to have a new beginning, where there is recovery while also a benefit in the economy of the countries that have fallen through. Ireland is one of the countries to have experienced negative economic COVID-19 outcomes, and are expecting so much from 2021. It could be a […]

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Homegrown Beauty Brands: Ireland

By Yukti Khera / January 11, 2021

Home-grown, as the title suggests, is something that is grown or made in the home country or home. Whereas this article discusses the beauty brands which are organic, “home-made”, and Ireland based, that are entering the market and have achieved a certain name. There are new brands that are attracting the audience with their organic […]

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Important Things You Need to Know about Post-Brexit Online Shopping

By Erica Carter / January 7, 2021

Brexit took effect on the 1st of January 2021, and now we are beginning to see what this means when shopping from British retailers. Here’s all you need to know about shopping online from UK based stores post-Brexit. VAT All UK online sales to Irish and other EU customers are treated as exports and are […]

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8 Incredible Innovations of 2020

By Yukti Khera / December 23, 2020

The year 2020 is about to end and we are still fighting the pandemic. Yet, the world didn’t stop and there are many areas that developed several innovations. Innovations are something new brought into the world; an idea, a change, a remodel. This article will introduce what we can look forward to in the near […]

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