Celebrating local business endeavour

THE search is on once again to find the cream of the crop in the local business community.

This week the Omagh Chamber of Commerce and the UH are delighted to launch the Omagh Business Awards 2012.

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Entrepreneurs Manage Stress to Improve Performance

Entrepreneurs, like all of us, feel the stress of everyday life but unlike many of us use it to improve their performance. In recent decades stress is often associated with negative factors such as ill health, high blood pressure and heart attacks.

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Santander Social Enterprise Development Award

Santander is committed to supporting the communities where our staff and customers live. They are keen to support social enterprises working for the direct benefit of their community.

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Opportunities at the Community Arts Partnership

Community Arts Partnership would like to draw your attention to a range of opportunities in community arts across Northern Ireland.

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Sorry, Marketers, You’re Doing Twitter Wrong

Most marketers are tweeting too much on the wrong days, not using hashtags enough and almost never do the one thing that will dramatically boost their retweets — ask for them — according to a new study looking at how marketers use Twitter from Buddy Media.

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Two Weeks Til Coca-Cola Funding Deadline

Coca-Cola today issued a reminder to non-profit organisations across the island of Ireland to apply for a share of a £103,000 funding pot.

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Enterprising Minds – How Students view starting a business or working self-employed

Young people are being affected disproportionately by the economic crisis, but will be the engine of our economic future. Understanding the younger generation’s approach to work and business must be a top priority for policy makers, educators and others considering how to build economic recovery and enterprising opportunities.

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Omagh Enterprise client Todds Leap wins at the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards

COMPANIES representing sectors from pizzas to packaging, architecture to insurance, power to post, were lauded last night at the sixth annual Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards in the spectacular Titanic Belfast.

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Capitalism: Where To From Here?

Traditional free market capitalism has benefited many developed countries in recent decades, as it used cheap labour from developing countries to keep costs and inflation low.

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LLC: Which Flavor Is Right for Your Company?

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) has become a hot business structure in the startup world. Savvy small business owners often opt for this structure over a traditional corporation.

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Rural Funding Clinics

Omagh District Council’s Development Department is hosting a series of clinics to highlight potential funding opportunities including the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme (2007-13) to eligible rural businesses and rural dwellers including family farm members.

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An indelible print

The print industry may have changed beyond recognition over the past two decades, but for Omagh printer Neil Early the fundamental principle remains he same – ink on paper.

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Free seminars on ‘How To Improve the Bottom Line’

Omagh Enterprise Company to host Innovation Enterprise Programme Seminars on Improving the Bottom Line! Seminars are open to all businesses in border counties.

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Predicting The Future

We often hear that globalisation and the effects of technology are making the world a smaller place. We hear such news and feel its effects, as companies cut back, close or move jobs to overseas’ locations.

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25 years on and Omagh Enterprise is still going strong

25 years on and Omagh Enterprise is still going strong, providing help to business and another new build in progress.

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4 Tips to Protect Your Small Business Against Cyberattacks

You may think that cybersecurity is only important for major companies, but think again. Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks.

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LinkedIN Event: Getting Starting and Using Your Account

Omagh Enterprise Company is hosting a LinkedIN Event on Thursday 14th June 2012, from 10.30am – 11.30am.

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Innovation at the heart of economic growth: Foster

Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has welcomed the publication of the report by the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment into developing the Northern Ireland economy through innovation, research and development.

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Annual Science Fair to Highlight Work of NI’s Young Innovators

Young Innovators across Northern Ireland are preparing to show off their science skills at the largest science fair in Northern Ireland – the Sentinus Young Innovators Exhibition which will take place on 19th June at the Odyssey Arena, Belfast.

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Do You Want Free Innovation Mentoring?

Is Your Business interested in Innovation Mentoring? Is Your Business in the following industries? Green/Sustainability, Innovation
Creativity or IT?

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