Sue O’Neill re-elected as Chair of the Small Firms Association

The SFA is pleased to announce that Sue O’Neill has been re-elected as Chair by the SFA National Council, for a 2-year term. Sue O’Neill has served as the Association’s Chair since 2016.

Her key priority for her new term will be to lobby Government for the introduction and implementation of a National Small Business Strategy for Ireland. This initiative is calling on Government to target the development of small business across all regions with just as much energy and strategic focus as they have put on attracting FDI from the 1950s to the present day.

She will urge Government to safeguard small firms against rising business costs and the erosion of competitiveness and will remain focused on preparing members for the opportunities and risks to their businesses from Brexit. In addition, she will continue to raise concerns about the impact the proposed auto-enrolment pension scheme will have on the smallest employers.


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