- Profile of Fingal
- Job Seekers
- Starting a Business
- Existing Business
- Investing in Fingal
- Jargon Buster
Where is Fingal?
Fingal borders Dublin City and is located to the north of Ireland’s capital.
Is Fingal easy to get to?
Yes as Dublin Airport is located in Fingal.
How does Fingal compare to other areas in Ireland?
Fingal is Ireland’s fastest growing county in both economic and population terms.
How many businesses are there in Fingal?
Fingal is home to 5,500 businesses.
Has Fingal attracted much Foreign Direct Investment in the past?
Over the last decade Fingal has been Ireland’s most impressive economic success story, with foreign direct investment levels the highest of any other county in Ireland.
Are there many big companies already located in Fingal?
Fingal is already home to well known international companies including IBM, Astellas, Kelloggs, Hertz, Bristol Myers Squibb and eBay.
Is Fingal a costly place to do business?
Fingal has low operating costs, low rents, low commercial rates and avails of Ireland’s corporation tax rate of 12.5%, the lowest rate in Europe
Are there suitable industrial and commercial greenfield sites in Fingal?
Fingal has very advanced industrial infrastructure with a wide range of prime industrial and commercial development land options available to businesses, catering for all types of investment levels. The Economic Development Division in Fingal County Council can provide you with information and help you identify suitable sites.
What is the workforce in Fingal like?
Fingal has a young, highly educated, well trained, internationally mobile and motivated workforce. The county benefits from Ireland’s education system, recognised as one of the best in the world. The workforce in Fingal is the youngest in Ireland.
What is the quality of life like in Fingal?
Attracting people to live in the county has never been difficult with options for residents to enjoy superior affordable coastal, urban and rural lifestyles. Importantly, Fingal is alive with culture and heritage, making it a wonderful place to live. Click here for further information on living in Fingal.
If I am an Irish business thinking about locating or investing in Fingal then who do I talk to?
You could talk to Enterprise Ireland which has a remit for developing indigenous businesses in Ireland. Alternatively you could talk to the Economic Development Division in Fingal County Council which will advise you based on your requirements.
If I am a non-Irish business thinking about locating or investing in Fingal then who should I talk to?
You could talk to IDA Ireland which has a remit for supporting foreign direct investment. Alternatively you could talk to the Economic Development Division in Fingal County Council which can advise you based on your requirements.