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Start-Up Conference: Good business could be on the cards

All new businesses face challenges, but AIB is committed to making sure that accepting credit cards isn't one of them, writes Dave Boland.

22nd September, 2012

It may seem self-evident, but it's worth stating that accepting card payments offers businesses improved cashflow (because funds will be lodged directly to their accounts), reduced back office administration, reduced bad debts and increased security, as less cash held on the premises.

It has also been suggested that the use of cards can drive incremental sales by increasing customer convenience. If your business sells online, then card payments become something of a necessity.

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