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27 Feb 2018

Administrators appointed at North East Scotland Credit Union

Dina Devalia and Stephen Goderski of PKF Geoffrey Martin & Co have been appointed as Joint Administrators of North East Scotland Credit Union Limited.

26 Feb 2018

How to improve business resilience

Across the island of Ireland, improving business resilience has never been more important, says Feargal McCormack. The concept of business resilience is attracting a lot of attention at the moment. One of the best definitions is by BSI, the UK national standards body. It describes resilience is ‘the ability of an organisation to anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions in order to survive and prosper’. As businesses across the island of Ireland, prepare for Brexit, this ability has never been more important.

19 Feb 2018

60 percent of online spending goes abroad

Ireland’s burgeoning consumer spending has ignited a surge in online shopping, but the upswing in digital purchases has come at the expense of local retailers.

15 Feb 2018

How to survive losing a customer

Whilst a number of advisory practices have been quick to jump on the bandwagon of the recent Carillion disaster and its potential repercussions in the supply chain by promoting their services, this article will try and give some practical pointers on the wider reaching challenges businesses face when they lose a key customer and some useful ideas on how to deal with it.

19 Jan 2018

Liquidation of Carillion – what action can contractors and suppliers take?

An insolvency in any construction project can be complicated but the liquidation of Carillion, the UK’s second biggest construction firm, will be particularly complex. This will have a significant impact on Carillion’s supply chain affecting many businesses in the construction industry and beyond.

17 Jan 2018

Implications of Carillion's collapse

Construction firm Carillion has entered compulsory liquidation in a move that has put 43,000 jobs at risk across the world. It comes after the construction and facilities management giant failed to secure short-term financial support from stakeholders.

15 Jan 2018

More than half of consumers still saving

More than half of Irish consumers are continuing to save for a rainy day.

13 Jan 2018

Governent debt leaves Ireland exposed - Moodys

Gross government debt was around €8bn higher at the end of September than the same month last year.

09 Jan 2018

Small business confidence low in 2018

Small business confidence continues to fall with domestic fears over the economy and Brexit at the fore according to the latest Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) quarterly survey.

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