Q1’2022 Trends Report
Q1’2022 Government Satisfaction
Q1′ 2022 Bank Watch Report
Q1’2022 Prompt Payments
Q4’21 Government Satisfaction Report
SME SATISFACTION WITH GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE DECLINES Micro-sized enterprises (1-10 employees) least satisfied with government (-14%). Medium-sized businesses (50+ employees) most satisfied with government performance (+60%). Government’s handling of banking situation falls. Manufacturing sector most dissatisfied with government performance.
Q4’2021 Prompt Payments
PAYMENT DELAYS IMPROVE SLIGHTLY Payment times for SMEs decrease slightly, now at 44 days. Businesses in Dublin are waiting longest to be paid at 56 days. 47% of businesses are experiencing delays of 2 months or more. 18% of multinationals/big...
Bank Watch Report Q4’21
Demand for credit is at 43%, increasing 10% from Q3’21.Loan refusal rates decreased from 37% to 33%, with 52% being successful, up 11% on Q3’21. 14% were partially successful, compared to 22% in Q3’21.4% have availed of peer-to-peer funding.54% waited...
ISME COVID-19 Survey November 2021
Number of businesses who believe they can keep trading for more than 9 months has increased to 71%, up from 57% in November 2020. Today, 13th December ISME release the results of our ninth flash survey on COVID-19. The survey...
Q3’21 Bank Watch Report
ISME’s latest Bank Watch Report finds SME demand for credit remain steady, but loan refusals have seen a sudden increase. The Bank Watch also found:Demand for credit is at 33%, remaining the same as in Q2’21.Loan refusal rates increase from...