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Companies supported by Enterprise Ireland increased net employment by 11,911 in 2021 - highest jobs gain in a single year

- 68% of new jobs were created outside of Dublin. - Enterprise Ireland publishes new three-year strategy for Irish business with ambition to create 45,000 new jobs by 2024 and increase exports to €30bn. - €61.6m funding approved for 341 Covid-19 impacted companies in 2021.
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Companies supported by Enterprise Ireland increased net employment by 11,911 ...

– 68% of new jobs were created outside of Dublin.

– Enterprise Ireland publishes new three-year strategy for Irish business with ambition to create 45,000 new jobs by 2024 and increase exports to €30bn.

– €61.6m funding approved for 341 Covid-19 impacted companies in 2021.

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