Invested: Irish SMEs will rise to the challenge
Many Irish SMEs are using Brexit as an opportunity to review business strategy
Now that some time has passed since the citizens of our nearest neighbour decided to leave the family of which it was a semi-reluctant member since 1973, it is time to refocus and take stock of the situation from an Irish and Irish SME perspective.
First, it needs to be acknowledged that the world did not end on June 24. It was reminiscent of Y2K. Remember the worry-warts and Armageddon merchants predicting computer meltdown and planes...
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EY reports €393m revenues in Republic of Ireland for 2021 financial year
Revenues in the Republic increased 9.5 per cent for the year up to June 2021 to €393 million, up from €359 million in the previous year