“Half Of All Businesses In Ireland Are Contracting Or Struggling To Survive” (BusinessInsider.com/TheJournal.ie)


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From Business Insider and Ireland’s The JournalHalf Of All Businesses In Ireland Are Contracting Or Struggling To Survive:

The research by InterTradeIreland – which supports SMEs across the island to develop North-South trade and business development – was undertaken with 1,000 business managers and shows that nearly half of all businesses on the island are contracting or are in survival mode.

Businesses reported that access to finance for day-to-day cashflow and controlling costs are among the main challenges as well as the rising cost of overheads, particularly energy, which two fifth’s of businesses cite as a ‘very large issue’ for them.

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