Entrepreneurship: Seeing the big picture
Microfinance Ireland has a €40 million funding plan for small businesses.
A new scheme operated by Microfinance Ireland (MFI) is providing loans of up to €25,000 to micro enterprises, including sole traders and small businesses with fewer than ten employees.
Microfinance Ireland is a subsidiary company of Social Finance Foundation, which was founded in 2007 by the Minister for Finance.
In the initial five-year phase of the scheme, €10 million of exchequer funding will be leveraged with loans from the banks to achieve a total of €40...
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