Irish SMEs Optimistic
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Irish SMEs Optimistic

Irish SMEs are strongly optimistic about their future growth prospects according to new research carried out on behalf of Virgin Media Ireland, Business World reported. Some 85% of respondents are expecting good growth over the next 12 to 24 months. This positive outlook has implications for employment with 37% expecting to increase their number of employees over the same period. The leaders of 200 companies with 1-12 employees were interviewed directly by Amarach Research. Equally encouraging is the fact that more than half (58%) of the companies surveyed are expecting their total revenues to increase while 54% expect productivity to improve.


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