Small Firms in Ireland feeling happy-ish on economic outlook for 2013

A report published today by the Small Firms Association of Ireland, an umbrella group representing SME’s and other medium size employers all around Ireland, shows that 40% of Irish businesses surveyed by them are optimistic on the trading outlook for their businesses in 2013.

At http://www.icanwork4u.com we feel that this is welcome news, an optimistic note and an endorsement of the economy, as it will inevitably lead to more people being employed in this vital sector, in every corner of Ireland, in every community and village, town and city, boosting our recovering economy.

When this sector starts to open up and employ people, they need only look at http://www.icanwork4u.com , a free service where they canadvertise for employees or look through our listed job-seekers for suitable candidates..

The full article onb the recent SFA Survey is here; http://www.independent.ie/business/small-business/sentiment-improves-as-40pc-of-small-firms-hopeful-business-will-pick-up-29227684.html?goback=%2Egde_46316_member_236466816

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