- CEO Stephen Kelly says small businesses still being ignored by policy makers as big business flocks to Davos
- Sage launches Forum for Business Builders to give entrepreneurs a voice
Global research by Sage (www.Sage.com) highlights that only 33% of small businesses feel represented by politicians in their country’s decision making. The data has been published in the run up to the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) where politicians and big business will gather in Davos to debate the global economic picture. Sage CEO Stephen Kelly has lamented the absence of small business issues from the agenda, and called for greater representation, given that in most economies entrepreneurs, or business builders, creates 2/3 of all jobs.