SFA Annual Lunch 2018 roundup

The SFA Annual Lunch 2018, sponsored by Bank of Ireland took place on Friday, 16 November in the Round Room of the Mansion House in Dublin. 400 members of the small business community came together to celebrate Irish entrepreneurship at this event. 


In her speech to guests, SFA Chair, Sue O'Neill identified attracting talent, Brexit and domestic economic stagnation as the biggest risk factors for small firms in 2019. Sue also called for real tax reform as part of a national Small Business Strategy. You can read the press release from the event here


David McWilliams, economist, author, journalist, documentary-maker and broadcaster was the keynote speaker at the event. David delivered a passionate and entertaining speech which include an analysis of Brexit, his ideas on entrepreneurship along with some Yeats quotes. 


You can view photos from the event on our Facebook page

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