SBCI plans new funding options to help SMEs
The state-backed Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland has tendered for research to gain a better understanding of small business needs in the light of Brexit and Covid-19
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland has started developing new funding options for businesses affected by Brexit and Covid-19 as well as those developing their digital presence or seeking to improve their energy efficiency.
The state-backed agency was founded in 2014 to provide lower cost funding to SMEs. It published its new five-year strategy last year in which it committed to developing new products and is now seeking a partner to survey SMEs and their...
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