I will follow up on any query to this site in respect of business relocation to County Kerry. I will provide local contact and guidance at any level which assists your business. An extensive range of company start-up incentives are available through agencies such as the County Enterprise Board, LEADER companies, Shannon Development, Enterprise Ireland, Industrial Development Authority and FÁS (Training).
Tomás Hayes, Chief Executive, Kerry County Enterprise Board
County Kerry is located in the south-west of Ireland in the province of Munster. The area has an excellent environment in which to live and work with magnificent scenery and a mild climate. The work/life balance is ideal with plenty local activities with minimal travel to participate.
The county infrastructure is under constant development has improved over recent years. Kerry County Airport has facilitated access to major European cities. The road structure is being constantly upgraded with travelling time reductions to the nearest cities of Cork (2 hours) and Limerick (1.5hrs). Dublin is now less than 4 hours drive or 45 minutes flight. There has also been significant expenditure on the rail network. See links www.kerryairport.ie for Kerry Airport , www.irishrail.ie for rail services and www.theaa.ie for planning your route.
The County has excellent third level education facilities in the Institute of Technology, Tralee. This institution has received has received international plaudit for it's courses particularly in the I.T. sector. Students from this college form a large part of the well-educated workforce. The new campus has now been completed and adds greatly to facilities. See www.itt.ie for more information.
Kerry has established a substantial industrial base with national and international companies. The range of products range from financial services to textiles. These include FEXCO (Killorglin), Kerry Group, Temmler/Fujisawa (Killorglin), Liebherr (Killarney). There has been a surge in the number of the indigenous businesses resulting in a growing base of small and medium manufacturing and service businesses.
Research and development are seen as key elements in the development of the county. This is evident in exciting developments such as Killarney Technology Innovation Ltd. (Killarney), Kerry Technology Park (Tralee) and the Tom Crean Centre based in Tralee.
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