Monday November 23, 2020

Wide range of supports to help businesses cope with Covid-19

While revenue has fallen for 75 per cent of firms this year, Enterprise Ireland and other state entities can help put companies back on the front foot as Brexit looms

22nd November, 2020
Additional funding can provide companies with the security and cash flow they need to continue to expand and grow

Covid-19 has upturned our lives and that is especially true in the business community.

In a recent survey of Irish businesses, 75 per cent of chief financial officers say the main impact of Covid-19 is a reduction in Revenue in 2020 and they see the recovery taking more than one year, said Des Gibney, chairman of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners and director of McStay Luby Chartered Accountants.

“Anecdotally, from what I can judge on a...

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