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SFA: Connections hold the key

Networking and collaboration are central to this year's SFA conference, writes Alex Meehan.

11th May, 2014
Patricia Callan, director of the Small Firms Association. Picture: Maura Hickey

Things are getting better out there for Irish businesses, but achieving growth is still a major challenge for small companies. That's the message from the Small Firms Association and a major part of the theme of its upcoming 2014 conference on May 27, under the title Spotlighting SME success'.

According to SFA director Patricia Callan, attendants at the morning event will benefit from the advice of a variety of seasoned and experienced business people ideally placed to...

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