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websitesSavvy opens up a new platform

BUYING, selling and investing in a business in Ireland has become easier with an information platform and reference source for businesses and entrepreneurs.

Intended to be a similar model to that of daft.ie or myhome.ie in property transactions, savvy.ie will provide an information platform and reference source for businesses and entrepreneurs.

While solicitors and accountants have been the traditional brokers in business transactions, there has been no central point for them to exchange ideas and opportunities while the general public have not had a place to go to, to research business ideas and prospects for investment.

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Savvy.ie will also provide access to key professionals while making the process more accessible to the public.

With free unlimited uploads until the end of May, pricing for Savvy will be set at a keen advertising rate of €150 for three months per business advert.

The site will allow solicitors, accountants and commercial property estate agents to do business, with the added bonus that they will retain the client's business while seeking a suitable buyer or investor.

Accountant Shane Connors and solicitor William Brennan are behind the concept and see it as a new and accessible opportunity for both professional business providers, business owners and investors. Savvy.ie will go live from Monday, May 20.


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