Mind the gap: Small firms are warned on lack of investment in digitalisation
SMALL businesses have under-invested in digitalisation and need to make up ground, the chair of the Small Firms Association (SFA) has warned.
"Investment in digitalisation and upskilling by small businesses is needed to enhance innovation, productivity, competitiveness and to reduce the country's increasing reliance on multinationals," SFA chair Sue O'Neill said.
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She was speaking at the launch of SFA Skillnet, which aims to help businesses address skill gaps, at the Smart Business Conference at the Aviva Stadium yesterday.
Pictured at the event are (left to right): Sven Spollen-Behrens, SFA director; Sue O'Neill, chair SFA and managing director of Shellcove; Danny McCoy, Ibec CEO; and Gina London, MC.