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Businesses using official standards report 20 per cent increase in turnover

National Standards Authority of Ireland survey finds 88 per cent implement codes

31st January, 2016
Maurice Buckley, chief executive, NSAI

SMEs that use standards have reported an average 20 per cent increase in turnover, according to a new Behaviour and Attitudes study carried out on behalf of the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI). The report is due for publication later this year.

The research found that almost half of the SMEs surveyed have reported an increase in turnover as a result of using standards.

The research, which surveyed 250 Irish businesses, also found that 88...

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