Almost half of Ireland’s businesses abandon growth as inflation bites
Nearly half (44 per cent) of Ireland’s businesses have shifted their focus from growth towards cost cutting, in response to rising inflation and interest rates, according to Intrum's 2023 European Payment Report (EPR).
Surging costs causing Irish consumers to cut back on sustainable choices
Intrum’s 2022 European Consumer Payment Report paints a gloomy picture of consumers’ financial wellbeing and economic outlook. With rapidly increasing costs of living, consumers are cutting back on sustainable goods and services to manage their household finances.
Jump in bill anxiety: Irish consumers expect to miss payments in the next 12 months
Surging inflation has created a wave of financial anxiety as households struggle to meet their commitments. Intrum’s annual European Consumer Payment Report (ECPR), a survey of 24,000 consumers across Europe, shows that more than eight in 10 Irish respondents are worried about rising grocery and energy prices.
Stagflation fears: businesses brace for jump in late payments during second half of 2022
Intrum’s annual European Payment Report (EPR)*, a survey of 11,000 companies across 29 European countries, shows that businesses are expecting late payments to grow significantly in the coming months, following the rising inflation and interest rates. UK businesses are even less likely than their European peers to make growth a priority.
Economic crisis leaves Irish consumers struggling says European payment report
Ireland's edition of the European Consumer Payment Report provides insights into the everyday lives of consume…
“Covid-19 has exacerbated the problem of late payment for many small and medium-sized businesses” – Eddie Nott, Ireland Managing Director, Intrum
Eddie Nott, Ireland Managing Director, Intrum, gives guidance on how to collect outstanding payments in diffic…
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