Are employed in the SME sector within 8,286 businesses.
Added by Dublin Enterprise Zone to national economic output
Jobs supported by 69 business in the three Fingal-owned Enterprise Centres.
Companies are clients of Fingal Local Enterprise Office.
Looking for a new home for your business?
Look no further. Fingal’s significant economic advantages including Dublin Airport, fast access to Dublin Port, rail, road, power and telecommunications infrastructure. Proximity to Dublin city centre and our location on the Dublin-Belfast economic corridor, ensure our continued future growth.
Our Balbriggan, as part of Fingal County Council's socio-economic strategy for the town, sets out a multi-million euro transformation of Balbriggan’s infrastructure, amenities and public spaces as the town looks to attract more visitors and boost the local economy.
Business Supports and Information
The Economic, Enterprise and Tourism Development Department supports the co-ordinated economic development of Fingal by planning for, initiating and managing projects that contribute positively to the county's ongoing economic development.
Strategies and Publications
Fingal County Council's Economic, Enterprise and Tourism Development Department provide policy support and analysis across the council in business case development, economic impact analysis and benchmarking. This work informs Fingal County Council's decision-making across a range of policy areas.