Ireland’s government are pushing for more individuals to start businesses. Mahon Enterprises Ltd
is in full support as they believe small businesses will make a huge contribution to the economy.
Managing Director of Mahon Enterprises Ltd Tina Fletcher believes that start up companies in Ireland contribute more to the economy than medium or large organisations as they tend to trade with other local businesses. “Smaller companies may not pay as much money as large corporations in taxes; but small business often present more employment opportunities and are 65% more likely to do business with other small or local companies than larger ones. The governments push for start up companies is very encouraging to see’ says Tina Fletcher.
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2012-2013 has been a tough year for economic growth; the first quarter of 2013 had seen 0.3% growth - after a decline in the previous three months this has prompted positive headlines about the coming months of 2013 and the effects it will have on the economy.
Mahon Enterprises Ltd report that the government have set up a €10 million fund to help support companies. Enterprise Ireland will be providing advice and mentoring for any business owner who is looking for assistance. Tina Fletcher from Mahon Enterprises Ltd reports that Enterprise Ireland will assign individuals a mentor, at no cost to the business, from a panel of several hundred experienced business people who have volunteered to help companies.
Mahon Enterprises Ltd point out that small businesses do not always stay small. Large corporations, such as Nike and Ben and Jerry’s, started off as small businesses that grew to become major players in the national and international marketplace. Many computer-industry leaders began as “tinkerers,” working on hand-assembled machines out of their garages. Microsoft is a prime example of how a small business idea can change the world. Small businesses that grow into large businesses often remain in the community in which the business was first established. Having a large corporation headquartered in a community can further help provide employment and stimulate the local economy.
Mahon Enterprises Ltd is a new company who have been in business for 5 years. Managing Director Tina Fletcher reports that it had been her ambition to open a business and help it grow, expand and create opportunities for people and aiding the economic growth of Ireland. Tina comments “starting up a new business is never going to be easy but it’s down to hard work, determination and dedication. It is great to be able to contribute to the local community and help build the economy.”
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