Small Firms Association

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84/86 Lower Baggot Street
Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 605 1500
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The SFA is Ireland’s largest small firm representative organisation, with over 8,500 member companies. Its vision is of Ireland being the most vibrant small business community in the world - supporting entrepreneurship, valuing small businesses and rewarding risk takers.

It's mission is to be the trusted partner of small businesses in Ireland, to deliver business-focused advice and insights to member companies, influence government policy to the benefit of small businesses and connect its members in a thriving community.


SFA welcomes funding to enhance productivity of small firms
Small business sentiment slumps in first half of 2019 - SFA Summer Survey
Government's focus must shift to small, indigenous businesses : SFA
Small Firms Association calls for greater supports to get local economies Brexit ready
Parental Leave and Benefit Bill 2019 to add costs to small business
Small businesses encouraged to improve employee wellbeing as part of National Workplace Wellbeing Day
SFA launches Grow, Scale, Succeed online platform to empower small firms to recruit and retain the right people
SFA Media Release: Small firms to gather at Business Connect 2019
SFA calls on Christmas shoppers to spend locally on Small Business Saturday
Government's focus must shift to small, homegrown businesses - SFA at the National Economic Dialogue
Banded Hours Bill out of touch with small businesses - SFA
SFA Chair meets Secretary General of the Department of the Taoiseach to discuss small business environment
Small Firms Association - Budget 2018 is a step in the right direction for small business
An Taoiseach Launches SFA National Small Business Awards 2018
Sven Spollen-Behrens appointed Director of the Small Firms Association

Press Releases

Budget 2020 announcements fall short of delivering for small firms
SFA Media Release: Budget 2020 must address tax policy and tax administration issues for small firms
SFA survey reveals less than half of Ireland’s small business owners believe they have good or expert knowledge of financial literacy
Small Firms Association Budget 2020 submissions