Small Business Manifesto

There are over 267,000 small businesses (less than 50 employees) in Ireland. They represent 98% of businesses in the country and employ 755,854 people – half of the private sector workforce.  Therefore, the next government must have a major focus on entrepreneurship and small business. They should develop a visible and coherent national SME and Entrepreneurship policy, that focuses on the cost of doing business, taxation, future of work and climate change. 

 

As we get closer to polling day, we are urging every party and candidate contesting to listen to, and make every effort to understand, the challenges faced by small firms in the communities they hope to represent. 

 

To ensure the voice of small business is heard on February 8th visit our General Election 2020  page. Watch our General Election Webinar and share our Small Business Manifesto.  

 

On social media use the hashtag #SFA4Business and personalise your posts using SFA images and suggested captions

 

 

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SFA E-zine - The Tuesday Edition
SFA in the media
Check out our new Affinity Schemes
SFA meets European Commission Negotiator Michel Barnier in Dublin
Small Business Manifesto
Misconceptions with Probation
New Irish Domain Profile Report published
Business Connect 2020
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