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Companies Registration Office Information Evening

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Companies Registration Office Information Evening


Wednesday, June 14, 2017 




Companies Registration Office Information Evening

Start Up, Start Here: Companies Registration Office Information Evening

Dublin City Public Libraries, in association with the Companies Registration Office (CRO), presents “Start Up, Start Here: Companies Registration Office Information Evening”. The event takes place on Thursday 29th June at 6.30pm at The Central Library, Ilac Centre, Dublin 1.

This event is part of the library's Business Support Programme 2017. It is aimed at anyone who is thinking of Starting a Business in Ireland.

Bernie Byrne from the CRO will provide information and advice about:

  • Setting Up a Company
  • Registering a Business Name
  • Filing an Annual Return
  • Mandatory E-Filing and much more 

Admission is Free but booking is recommended. [Click image for poster]

 

How to reserve your place

You can reserve a place by Telephoning 01 873 3996 or Emailing businesslibrary@dublincity.ie

The CareersPortal Team