Tuesday August 4, 2020

Chairman has big ideas for Small Firms

The new chairman of the Small Firms Association believes a national entrepreneurship should be an essential part of rebuilding Ireland’s economy.

24th January, 2009

A national economic plan is urgently needed to support existing businesses and stimulate startup activity, according to the newly elected chairman of the Small Firms Association (SFA.) Dr Aidan O’Boyle, managing director of bio-pharmaceutical supplier Aalto Bio Reagents, said the government should have the plan in place by the end of the month if it is to return confidence to the Irish economy and stimulate growth. ‘‘We need a plan of action demonstrating that the...

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