Survey: Property sector accounts for 33% of start-ups

A survey has revealed that a third of all new start-up companies are in the property sector.

Up to 20,000 people have set up businesses this year while 10,291 companies have been dissolved.

These are among the key findings from the latest business barometer, published by Visionnet.ie.

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