How to Use Pinterest to Build Trust and Loyalty

Here’s a look at 4 simple ways you can use Pinterest to make connections and provide value.

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SMEs Are The Key To Europe’s Economic Recovery

Do you want to find out what help, advice and support is available to you?
Is networking with other Micro businesses & SMEs important to your business?

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Notifying HMRC and paying VAT on vehicles brought into the UK

When a motor vehicle is brought permanently into the UK from abroad , you must notify HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) using the Notification of Vehicle Arrivals (NOVA) system.

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Start-up firms do battle for funding

Ambitious start-up firms from across Northern Ireland are set to battle it out for a share of €280,000.

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Keeping records

If you have to send HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) tax returns you’ll need to keep records to help you complete them correctly. HMRC may ask to see your records if they do a check on a return you send in for any tax.

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Omagh company Creative Media scoops top design award

Omagh based company, Creative Media, has scooped gold at London’s ‘design Oscars’ – the Design Business Association’s (DBA) Design Effectiveness Awards.

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Are You Ready To Compete? Part II

The weakness of the economy is a concern for business and government, as each look to the other with the hope of finding solutions. Business leaders lobby government to influence policy, change laws and reduce taxation in an effort to make it easier to grow their companies.

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Agriculture, horticulture and fisheries

This guide provides an overview of the agriculture, horticulture and fisheries sector, the key regulations you will need to comply with as an exporter or importer and selected sources of further help and support.

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New tax relief for profits on patented products

Businesses in Northern Ireland are being encouraged to take advantage of a new tax relief on profits from patented products.

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26 Mobile Apps to Improve Your Business and Networking

Have you been spending more of your mobile time using smartphone apps than browsing the web?

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Young House Love seeks work-life balance

When John and Sherry Petersik started blogging in 2007, it was just a way to keep friends and family updated on their kitchen construction.

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Northern Ireland receives broadband boost

Environment Minister Alex Attwood has announced changes to the planning system that will boost mobile phone and internet coverage in Northern Ireland.

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Social Innovation Camp – Northern Ireland 2013

Social Innovation Camp Northern Ireland call for ideas is now open! We’re looking for the best ideas that use technology to change stuff that matters.

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Not enough ideas to end ‘lost decade’

Academics, businesses and government need to work together on credible policies to revive the north’s ailing economy, a senior University of Ulster academic told business leaders in Coleraine last night.

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It’s ICE Work If You Can Get It…

Telestack managing director Adrian McCutcheon said that business processes were re-engineered and the organisation was restructured slightly, with positive results.

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Calling All Schools: Time To Teach Code

We all love to hear stories about entrepreneurs who start with little more than an idea and go on to create successful businesses. Such stories capture the imagination and provide encouragement for others to follow their own entrepreneurial dreams.

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Why Brands Should Be Human on Social Media

The success of any social program is ultimately determined by its ability to connect on a one-to-one, human level. But what does it actually mean to be human in social media?

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Boost For Creative Industries In Border Region

Monday April 22nd is the deadline for those wishing to avail of a unique opportunity to collaborate with other creative and mainstream businesses, in order to develop products, woo investors, forge new contacts and get advice from experts.

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New National Minimum Wage rates approved

From 1 October 2013, adult, youth and apprentice National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates will increase.

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Omagh Enterprise Responds To A5 Court Ruling

Omagh Enterprise Company’s Nicholas O’Shiel speaks to the BBC about the effect this decision will have on the local economy.

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