How should start-ups deal with late payments frustration?

Unpaid invoices can add up over time and lead to major losses, writes Leanna Byrne

17th November, 2017
How should start-ups deal with late payments frustration?
Late payments can have a knock-on effect on your business. Pic: Pixabay

A few months ago I was at an Enterprise Ireland event in their HQ in East Wall. It was all about exports and I got chatting to one of the boffins there about Ireland’s reputation abroad and how great we are, how everyone loves the Irish, etc.

But one remark that was made was that, unlike a lot of other countries, our companies actually pay invoices on time. Even during the recession, if...

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