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This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more, view our Cookie Policy. This report examines how to strengthen SMEs and entrepreneurship across the economy. It covers the characteristics and performance of SMEs and entrepreneurship, the business environment, the framework for policy formulation and delivery, national programmes for SMEs and entrepreneurs, the role of local bodies and interventions in tailoring policy to spatial differences, the productivity performance of SMEs, and the design and delivery of business development services.

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This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more, view our Cookie Policy. This report examines how to strengthen SMEs and entrepreneurship across the economy. It covers the characteristics and performance of SMEs and entrepreneurship, the business environment, the framework for policy formulation and delivery, national programmes for SMEs and entrepreneurs, the role of local bodies and interventions in tailoring policy to spatial differences, the productivity performance of SMEs, and the design and delivery of business development services.

The report identifies a number of challenges for policy. These include increasing productivity growth in SMEs, increasing the business start-up rate and business dynamism, facilitating entrepreneurship among women, youth and migrants, scaling up micro-enterprises and generating more medium-sized firms, and increasing SME activity on foreign markets.

Recommendations are provided to help meet these challenges. The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation has worked with the OECD over the 18 months in facilitating an open and inclusive engagement between the OECD and its international experts and the Department, other Government Departments, agencies, academia, business representatives and the small business sector in Ireland. This engagement has enabled the OECD to gain insightful knowledge of our SME and entrepreneurship ecosystem at the various critical stages of building this report.

The high-level event was Ministerial led with the Taoiseach providing a key note speech. Thematic panel discussions were held, led by international and national experts throughout the morning. Hide this message. Back to Top Share This.

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OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship: SME and Entrepreneurship Policy in Ireland

This workshop will explore and discuss the contributions made and the challenges faced by transnational entrepreneurs who set up new ventures in either foreign shores or in both their destination and their filetjpe countries. Just released Alternative Financing Instruments for SMEs and Entrepreneurs The present report analyses the extent to which capital markets have provided capital to SMEs since the GFC, focusing on three kinds of financial instruments that have proven especially important in providing finance to SMEs undergoing major transitions during the past few years. The publication provides a review of micro, small and medium sized-enterprises in the ICT sector tech MSMEsas well as the environment and stakeholders which support these firms to grow and entreprneur jobs. The present report analyses the extent to which capital markets have provided capital to SMEs since the GFC, filetupe on three kinds of financial instruments that have proven especially important in providing finance to SMEs undergoing major transitions during the past few years.

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