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Italy, Bologna, July 2018

Forbes Focus “The next level of decision-making"

In Forbes Focus, Carlo Gherardi, Chairman, and Eugenio Bonomi, CEO for Business and Global Technologies, talk about CRIF’s vision, strategies and value proposition and how these allow the company to promptly satisfy the increasingly sophisticated needs of markets on a global level.


  • Dublin, October 30, 2019

    Irish start-up figures continue to grow despite Brexit uncertainty

    Latest figures from business and credit risk analyst CRIF Vision-net show that Ireland’s economy continues to grow, despite mounting Brexit uncertainty. The new quarterly figures published today, reveal a growth of 5,010 new companies in Q3 2019, bringing the total number of start-ups in Ireland to 17,160.

  • Bologna, Italy, October 2, 2019

    CRIF is ranked once again among the top 50 FinTech companies on a global scale in 2019

    CRIF was cited in the prestigious IDC rankings for the seventh year running, classified in 50th place on an international level. Now in its sixteenth edition, the IDC FinTech Rankings assess the main global technology suppliers for the financial sector based on revenues achieved in the previous calendar year in relation to hardware, software and services.

  • Dublin, July 12, 2019

    Ireland beats company start-up record: 12,142 new companies formed in first half of 2019, or 67 every day

    Ireland has beaten its company start-up record for a half-year period, according to business and credit risk analyst CRIF Vision-net. CRIF Vision-net’s latest half-year figures show that 12,142 companies were formed in H1 2019, or 67 every day. This is a +5% increase on the same period in 2018 (11,553).

  • 2019 Business Barometer

    CRIF Vision-net carried out the new Annaul Business Report with the very latest business trends facing Irish companies as Ireland's economy continues to grows. It tackles the areas of interest from 2018 and also in the first quarter of 2019.

  • Dublin, April 15, 2019

    Ireland records highest start-up figures in 13 years: 71 new companies formed every day in Quarter One

    Latest figures from business and credit risk analyst CRIF Vision-net show that Ireland’s economy is flourishing despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty. An average of almost 71 new companies were formed every day in the first quarter of 2019, while the number of insolvencies remained consistent for the same period.

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