SFA budget 2019 submission
 

At the National Economic Dialogue in Dublin Castle today, Wednesday 27 June, the Small Firms Association (SFA) Assistant Director Linda Barry called on Government to shift its focus from multinationals to small, indigenous businesses in Budget 2019. "We need a national Small Business Strategy, placing a clear focus on the 98% of businesses employing half the private sector workforce". Read the full press release here

 

There is additional coverage in the BusinessWorld, Irish Examiner, RTE, Newstalk, RTE Six One News, Today FM News, and Evening Echo (Cork). 

 

For further comment or interview, contact Linda Barry, SFA Assistant Director at linda.barry@sfa.ie.

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