SFA membership

Whether you’re self-employed or employ up to 50 people, just starting out or well-established, no matter what sector and region you operate in, we at the SFA understand the challenges and issues that you face and we are on hand to help.

We exist to voice your concerns, to support you with advice and training and to act as a hub for you to network and do business with fellow members. We listen to your concerns to ensure that we represent your views and we work to create an environment that is conducive to success.

Membership of SFA gives you:

  • Business and HR advice, best practice and online employment tools
  • Lobbying activity at regional, national and international level
  • Local, national and global networks to make business contacts
  • Opportunity to raise company profile across various platforms
  • Engagement, knowledge and learning opportunities
  • Position papers on key policy areas

The SFA is recognised by those that matter as the "The Voice of Small Business" in Ireland. We strive to have the vital contribution that the small business sector makes to the Irish economy recognised.

We regularly meet with Government Ministers, the opposition parties and the civil service to ensure the broader economic environment is conducive to growth.

SFA membership options


Below your will find a copy of the SFA membership brochure which outlines the benefits of joining the voice of small business.

Membership of the SFA provides access to a community of 8,500 small companies, many of which are potential customers for your business. Download a copy of a handy guide on how to profile your business through the SFA.

If you would like to discuss the membership offers further please contact Louise Kenrick on 01 605 1664 or email louise.kenrick@sfa.ie.




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