Why is SME important?
The small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play an essential role in the economy of a country. They represent a source of entrepreneurship abilities, innovation and creation of new jobs. Their capacity to apply, adapt and disseminate new technology is unique.
SMEs are generally thought to be the backbone of any healthy economy; they drive growth, provide employment opportunities and open new markets. According to one study, which was carried out by Santander, SMEs contributed to 51% of all turnover generated by the private sector in 2018.
The Tories found enterprises so inspiring under Thatcher many were pursuaded into it,all that sacrifice and slaving many of them killed off killed off like That (click fingers) now they are all made bankrupt by another Tory leader who appears to lack any accuracy of thought.Sod him!May his armpits be ingested with fleas,may he be pitched into Hell.
Our economy is dead.