32,000 people started new businesses in 2013 as Ireland’s entrepreneurial activity soars – Some 32,000 people started new businesses in Ireland in 2013 and one 11 in of the adult population are now engaged in some form of early stage entrepreneurial activity, according to the latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (Gem).

According to the findings, entrepreneurial activity is at its highest since the economic crisis began. The number of people indicating that they intend to start a business in the next three years increased significantly in 2013 and is now at its highest level since Ireland first became involved in Gem research in 2000.

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