Entrepreneurship: Providing support for cash-strapped start-ups

Banks are helping sustain a steady stream of start-up activity Start-up companies often have to survive on shoe-string budget, but this can be offset by the fact that their initial capital outlays te

30th October, 2011
Michael Lauhoff, head of Small Business and Agriculture at Bank of Ireland

Banks are helping sustain a steady stream of start-up activity

Start-up companies often have to survive on shoe-string budget, but this can be offset by the fact that their initial capital outlays tend to be of a modest nature. However, no company, however frugal and unassuming in its outlook, can survive on ambition alone; which is why it is crucial for the principals and promoters to have given more than a little thought to their...

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