How to Get People Interested in Your Small Business

Promoting your business can be tough. With so many advertisements, people become blind, deaf and numb to the barrage on their senses. Advertisers have started tricking people into seeing their products by cleverly placing them in TV shows and movies. The question is, how do you get people interested in your small business?

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A Quick Guide To Twitter

Twitter started in 2006 and now has 500 million users around the world; half of whom are considered active tweeters. Many celebrities have followers in the millions and large companies actively tweet to engage with customers and get their message out.

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4 Ways to Improve Your CRM

Whether you’re just launching or in your third year of business, you won’t succeed without loyal customers and brand ambassadors. Customer relationships and feedback are essential, but you need to understand how to toe the line between respectfully receiving feedback and giving in to every request. The customer might always be right, but as Steve Jobs is notorious for saying, customers don’t know what they want until they see it.

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Harnessing Creativity PR Masterclass

Joanne Sweeney-Burke of Media Box will be delivering PR Master Classes for Harnessing Creativity on Wednesday January 22nd at Omagh Enterprise.

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Creative Marketplace

The new NI Creative Marketplace programme is a pilot initiative funded by DCAL and delivered in partnership with NORIBIC, Digital Circle, C-TRIC and CultureTECH.

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Growth In Northern Ireland Activity Second-Fastest In PMI Survey History

The latest report – produced for Ulster Bank by Markit – suggested that the Northern Ireland economic recovery gathered momentum as growth of both activity and new orders accelerated to multi-year highs. This contributed to a survey record accumulation of outstanding business, although the rate of job creation eased. Meanwhile, cost inflation picked up, remaining faster than the UK economy average.

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HMRC Launches Package Of Help For Micro Businesses

HMRC has launched a package of support to help businesses with nine or fewer employees report PAYE information in real time.

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Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is Some More Business, Please!

Most businesses look at their numbers after the big Christmas Rush while it’s quiet in January. It might be to review the year past, or to plan the year to come.

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Invitation to Expanded Territories – Touring Exhibition @ Dublin City Council Offices

Harnessing Creativity are pleased to forward you our invitation to Harnessing Creativity’s- ‘Expanded Territories’ Touring Exhibition @ the Dublin City Council Offices on Wood Quay, Dublin 2.

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How Does The Autumn Statement Affect Your Business?

The Chancellor, George Osborne, announced his Autumn Statement on Thursday 5 December 2013. The Autumn Statement provides an update on the government’s plans for the economy based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).

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Are Women Taking Charge? Part II

Women are increasingly successful in education, business and a range of traditional careers such as accountancy, banking, law, medicine, science and veterinary medicine. Women are playing a greater role in all areas of business and their influence will shape business and the global

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Business Growth Coaching Strategies

Business Mentors how to be better coaches, generate more sales, increase profits, and as a result improve cashflow in the businesses that are being mentored. In this practical and impactful session,

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Enterprise Bursaries Provided

A number of £1,000 bursaries are being provided by the School for Social enterprises in Ireland (SSEI) for its Advanced Diploma in Social enterprise at the University of Ulster.

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Gerry McCusker of The Melting Pot Takes The 60 Second Challenge

Gerry McCusker, The Melting Pot takes ‘The 60 Second Challenge’ with Omagh Enterprise Company

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Tyrone Firm Builds Plant For Recycling In Nigeria

A Co Tyrone company has just completed a multi-million pound engineering project in Nigeria.

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Mission: Make Christmas Possible

Anyone who wants to donate a gift can go to Omagh Enterprise Centre. The gifts will be collected and sorted by age before being distributed to lists of local children.

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Social Media Business Opportunities And Challenges

Effective use of social media can bring great opportunities for your business, but will require some thought and planning. Moving with fast-paced developments in online technology and interaction tools can help to enhance your brand, boost your profile and perhaps even win new business.

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Business In The Community Awards Launched

Business in the Community yesterday launched its 2014 Northern Ireland Impact Awards for responsible businesses – earlier than usual to allow companies more time to prepare their applications.

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What Is Local Economic Development And Does It Matter?

Local economic development may not be an everyday topic of discussion but it does affect our everyday lives. It is a process that brings together the public, private and community and voluntary sectors to develop the local economy, attract investment and create jobs. Its core aim is to develop the capacity of an area and improve the lives of the people who live there.

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Snow Chaos And Employment Law

Normally, a bit of snow is great fun. But adverse weather can give employers concerns about employee absence levels. This guide explains what employers need to know about the impact of bad weather conditions.

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