Foster announces support for new Tyrone export-led meat business

Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has announced that Triple Eight Proteins in Ballygawley is expanding with the aim of growing exports of pork and poultry products.

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Tips for Updating Your Company’s Social Media Policy

As social media continues to evolve, it’s important for us to keep up with the changes. Back in 2009, Mashable published one of the first articles about what to include in a social media policy. It is still relevant today, but social media has changed.

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Office equipment and energy efficiency

Most businesses use office equipment of some kind, from basic essentials like computers to more advanced items like teleconferencing facilities. However, many people are unaware that their equipment can use a large amount of energy and can cost a significant amount to run

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Digital should be embraced

Your TV has gone digital, so why hasn’t your marketing? Digital has been the buzz word of late as television moves from the old analogue system to the new digital era.

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Omagh Baby food firm pitching for £50k top prize after regional heat win

An Omagh firm which makes organic baby meals will represent Northern Ireland in one of the UK’s biggest small business competitions.

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An Extra Hour This weekend…More Time To Think About Starting A Business!

As the summer ends clothes get put away and the winter woollies are pulled out, we’d like to say hello again from Omagh Enterprise, and to remind everyone that winter arrives this weekend with the clocks going back!

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Creating More Local Jobs

Globalisation has changed the world in recent decades and been responsible for the relocation of many thousands of jobs to lower cost locations around the world.

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Where Will The Jobs Come From? Part II

Government, government departments and a range of development agencies work hard to support the creation of jobs across the economy.

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Six Ways To Effectively Promote Events on Facebook

Any time you offer an event – live or virtual – there are several ways you can capitalize on Facebook’s tools to increase your event registrations

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£4m fund for start-ups to use derelict stores gets big welcome

Retail representatives have welcomed the First and Deputy First Minister’s plan to fill derelict shops but have warned more needs to be done to reinvigorate the high street.

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Small Grants for Volunteering Programme

Applications are invited from local voluntary and community groups wishing to support their volunteers. The organisation must be independent, established for charitable purposes with signed audited accounts or signed income and expenditure accounts and have a constitution.

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Benefit from collaboration with your competitors

In tough times, working collaboratively with your competitors could help your business to survive and even grow

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Derry film company takes on world via Youtube

Using computer generated imagery (CGI) special effects and everyday items, they created the content for the Making History series on a small budget.

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A9 – Industrial Unit to Let

Office Unit to Let – Large open plan (1000 sq ft) – Ideal for multiple business use.

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Starting a business when economic conditions are tough

When market and employment conditions are uncertain, starting your own business may be an option worth examining.

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New support programme announced for start-ups

A new programme of support for those wanting to set up their own business has been announced this week.

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Positive Relations Project – Women Leading the Way

This qualification has been designed to recognise your knowledge, understanding and skills in the area of “Women Leading the Way” in public life and political life and to encourage all participants who are involved in this role to engage in this unique training initiative.

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North needs more help from Westminster: Balls

The continued dithering over devolving corporation taxsetting powers to Stormont should not be used as an excuse to stall on more immediate measures to help the north’s struggling economy, a leading British politician said yesterday.

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Can Local Retail Survive?

There is general agreement amongst shoppers, retailers and politicians that vibrant town centres contribute to sustainable and healthy communities.

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Omagh Enterprise can help you start a business!

Up to 5,000 business entrepreneurs braving the harsh economic times are to be rewarded with government help to get their business ideas off the ground.

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