A cross-industry investigation into the barriers facing Irish entrepreneurs during the recession
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The objectives of this research are to conduct a thorough investigation into the barriers facing entrepreneurs during the recession. Ireland has experienced a downturn in the economy since 2008 and many businesses across the country have suffered from the rippling effects. This investigation will examine previous literature and conduct primary research to construct new literature and add to the existing body of knowledge. The Author interviewed nine Irish entrepreneurs and surveyed thirty Irish entrepreneurs to gain a further insight into the research topic
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