Saturday October 31, 2020

SMEs – where is the love?

Job creation should not be viewed as social welfare. Small businesses want the same supports offered to multinationals and sexy start-ups – and often just want government to get out of the way

16th April, 2015
Ian Kehoe

Sean O’Sullivan likes to tell a story. It is a story that tells you much about him and about the culture that he represents and champions. O’Sullivan was in college in the US, his degree in sight. His tutor, who was teaching entrepreneurship, put him in a group and asked the group to come up with a business plan. O’Sullivan’s group liked their idea so much that they all promptly quit school and formed a...

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