Ireland - collecting on the export opportunity

The Irish economy is back in full recovery mode and key economic metrics suggest a lucrative and rapidly growing foreign market for UK exporters. Indeed, the UK exported more than £18 billion in goods to Ireland in 2014.
Ireland is extremely receptive to the UK, its closest neighbour and by far biggest trading partner, but doing business in Ireland has challenges.
While Irish industrial practices have been utterly transformed over the past couple of decades, with levels of professionalism and innovation markedly improved thanks to prolonged membership of the EU and massive inward investment from Tier 1 US enterprises, there remains a small rump of problematic companies.
If you are considering doing business in Ireland you need a reliable local partner to validate your prospects and, most importantly, collect on your debtors.
StubbsGazette is Ireland’s leading credit bureau and debt collection agency and as a brand has extraordinary resonance and brand recognition with Irish business and public alike.
StubbsGazette the print publication first appeared in 1828 and since then has been synonymous with all aspects of the credit cycle.The company has evolved to a comprehensive online database/credit rating bureau and in 2008 extended its franchise by moving into the debt collection business with hugely impressive results. For any UK exporter it offers an unrivalled single source and local insight for customer vetting, the credit decision and, ultimately, debt collection.
Indeed, many UK exporters and Irish companies and have already good reason to be grateful for their association with StubbsGazette. Here is just a small sample:

Lauren Cowen, Wolverine Worldwide - “We use StubbsGazette Automated Collections for late payers in Ireland. It produces excellent results. We would have no problem recommending them to other companies doing business in Ireland.”

Annette O'Neill, Wexford County Council
- "The dedicated resources of Stubbs to the debt management process provides us with a mechanism of a timely and sustained follow up process..."

Ber O'Brien, Cork County Council - "Stubbs were excellent to deal with...we had access to our database for our contract 24/7 to see any on-going payments, comments from conversations with customers, etc.. We would have no hesitation in highly recommending them...."

Interested in what other companies have said about us? See for yourself here. Or contact us to see what we can do for you.

Top Judgments Registered


Eleanor Buckley
Address: 23 Greenfield Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
Amount: €4,602,202.56


Joseph Buckley
Address: 23 Greenfield Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
Amount: €4,602,202.56


Cadogan's Strand Limited
Address: R/o Library House, 18 Dyke Parade, Co Cork, T12 A8d7
Amount: €355,587.27


Anthony Dunican
Address: Killamuck, Abbeyleix, Co Laois
Amount: €205,683.16

Limited Company Notices

No records found for this week.