Profit boost for business on offer from local universities

Many Northern Ireland companies are losing out financially by not utilising the knowledge and expertise on offer in local third-level education institutions.

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Free information events for construction industry

Free information events for construction industry

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Disappearing Jobs

There is little doubt we are living with the effects of globalisation, as the number of jobs in the economy continues to reduce.

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4 Tips For Authentic Online Engagement

If you want your brand’s social media efforts to come across as authentic, you need to know what you stand for and what’s meaningful to you.

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ILM– Leadership & Management Qualifications Professional Development Programmes for current Managers

ILM– Leadership & Management Qualifications Professional Development Programmes for current Managers

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Business water bills to rise

Northern Ireland Water announced an increase to its non-domestic water and sewerage charges, which will be reflected in customers’ bills from April 2012.

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A region full of opportunity

A major push to accelerate the growth of Northern Ireland exports to – and tourism business with -India is being led by First Minister Peter Robinson, Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness and Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster next month.

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Take a Lesson from Print Media: Clean Up Web Layouts

For media businesses to survive in digital, we need to clean up the web. That means pushing against the prevailing trend, where articles are heaped on top of each other in table-format layouts, surrounded by ads.

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CIPD guidance on managing an ageing workforce

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has launched a free guide ‘Managing a healthy ageing workforce: A national business imperative’.

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Connecting business and politics in West Tyrone

THE way businesses in Omagh and West Tyrone, can work to promote local economic development was the focus of a Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust (NIABT) event on Thursday evening.

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People Management Awards open for entries

The 2012 Awards include new categories for corporate responsibility and international HR.

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Facebook passwords ‘fair game in job interviews’

There have been several cases reported in the US of people being asked for their Facebook passwords while being interviewed for a role.

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A cut above the rest

Quality definitely trumps quantity when it comes to Seskinore butcher Roger Latimer’s approach to business.

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How will the 2012 Budget affect your business?

Budget 2012 maintains the Government’s strategy and sets out further action it will take in three areas: a stable economy; a fairer, more efficient and simpler tax system; and reforms to support growth.

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Online sellers urged to settle tax bills

Businesses trading on e-marketplaces or e-auction websites are being offered a chance to come forward over unpaid taxes, under a new HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) campaign.

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Stepping up to take the 60 second challenge

Omagh Enterprise Company has to be congratulated for highlighting and promoting small local businesses and I’d certainly recommend any entrepreneurs to take the 60 second challenge.

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Can Enterprise Be Good For Your Health?

Believe it or not your attitude towards other people can have a significant effect on your health.

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Reminder of HMRC online services events

FROM 1 April 2012 HMRC requires all farmers filing VAT returns to do so online, and to pay any VAT due electronically.

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The future of the internet

Event to highlight business opportunities for craft industry, technologists and product designers in Northern Ireland.

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Omagh business guru moves with the times and welcomes worldwide connections

The head of Omagh Enterprise Centre (OEC), Dr Nicholas O’ Shiel, is setting an example to prospective entrepreneurs through his clinical use of social media.

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