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Future holds opportunity for flexible, innovative companies

ISME chief executive Neil McDonnell surveys the landscape for Irish businesses ahead of this year’s annual conference

11th November, 2018

Our 25th anniversary as the sole independent trade association for small enterprise has been an interesting year.

We had high hopes for Budget 2019, while understanding the tax and spending constraints by which the government was bound.

We asked for tax system reform to ensure everyone paid a little but no one was discouraged from earning more. We sought reform of our small enterprise incentives, which are overly complex and don’t incentivise SMEs. We looked to...

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