Friday September 25, 2020

Bring down the cost of business to drive growth

AJ Noonan, chairman of the Small Firms Association, wants the government to make it less costly to run a company in this country, writes Ruth Wildgust

16th May, 2015
AJ Noonan, chairman of the Small Firms Association and managing director of Rhonellen Developments. Picture: Feargal Ward

This year’s SFA Annual National Conference on June 10 will focus on ways in which small firms can go about boosting their businesses and their profits.

“Many of the speakers will be focusing on how small businesses can get ready for recovery and for the inevitable increase in business that’s going to come over the next three years. Businesses need to prepare themselves in a variety of ways and that’s what the conference is...

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