Growth Of 1.6% ‘Shows Northern Ireland’s Economy Has Turned Corner’

A jump of 1.6% in Northern Ireland’s economic activity during the second half of 2013 is further evidence of robust recovery, it has been claimed.

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David Meade: Masterclass In Innovation

Over the last number of years David Meade has become one of Europe’s most dynamic, engaging, and sought after keynote speakers and has established his reputation as a cornerstone international speaker on how organisations can work better.

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Can Entrepreneurs Save The Economy?

Even though foreign direct investment plays a key role in the economy the importance of entrepreneurs and their ability to create jobs is increasingly recognised. As a result, the development of an entrepreneurial culture in both the private and public sectors is vital to the success of the economy.

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Self Assessment Tax Returns Due This Friday

Self Assessment tax returns must be filed with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) by midnight on Friday 31 January 2014.

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Here Are 10 Creative Ways Your Business Can Use Instagram

Are you thinking about putting your business on Instagram?

Are you looking for content ideas for this popular social platform?

Read further to discover how you can use Instagram to give your business extra visibility and better engage with the Instagram community. Clearly, Instagram is an up-and-coming photo-focused social platform not to be ignored. So what can your brand do with it?

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Business Premises Available at Omagh Enterprise

Do you need super-fast broadband?
Omagh Enterprise is the place to do business.

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Connecting Local Suppliers To Opportunities In The Construction Sector

Meet shortlisted bidders on Schools PPP programme
National Development Finance Agency partners with Enterprise Ireland for construction sector information event

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Thinking Of Starting A Business? Under 25?

Are you Under 25 – Not in Education, Employment or Training – you could be eligible for a £1500 start up grant.

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Unlocking Your Full Potential

January brings with it a fresh outlook, a chance for us all to reflect on how we do business and consider what we could be doing differently to achieve our goals.

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Barry McGillin of Oracle Takes The 60 Second Challenge

Barry McGillin, Oracle takes ‘The 60 Second Challenge’ with Omagh Enterprise Company

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NI Tourism Awards 2014 Launched

Search is now on for top of the crop in local tourism and hospitality industry.

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5 Steps to Handle an Angry Customer

At some point as a customer service representative, you will encounter a customer who is, for one reason or another, on a warpath. Maybe their order was late or someone was rude to them last week. No matter the reason, they are angry, and they are now your problem.

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New Carrickmore Brewer Launches First Ale

One of Northern Ireland’s newest brewers is to launch its first ale.

The Pokertree Brewing Company in Carrickmore, Co Tyrone is just the latest microbrewer making craft ales in a growing trend.

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Twitter For Business

Twitter is a micro-blogging social network site where users communicate through tweets. Tweets are messages that are limited to 140 characters. A tweet can be made up of text and can include links to websites, pictures and videos.

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Six Rules For Managing Change

Managing change is often seen as one of the biggest challenges facing organisations. Many managers know they need to change but don’t know what to do or how to do it. The change process can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be if you have a clear vision of what you are doing and why you are doing it.

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How to Know When You’ve Outgrown Your Home Office

There are numerous reasons to run a business out of your home, with cost savings and an easy commute being the top two. However, there may come a time when the business outgrows the home. Common signs are when boxes of inventory overtake the dining room or you need to invite employees or customers to meet in your living room.

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Business Premises Available at Omagh Enterprise

Do you need super-fast broadband?
Omagh Enterprise is the place to do business.

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Tyrone Firms Plan To Serve A Taste Of Northern Ireland To The Germans

The European superpower’s food market is worth €236bn and an EU-funded scheme is helping local companies to a slice of the pie.

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Northern Ireland’s Economy Is On The Road Back To Normality

The fact that economic indicators were pointing towards a recovery in the latter half of 2013 and that business confidence was increasing steadily throughout the year, strengthened Northern Ireland’s position as a competitive place to do business, reflected in the high number of deals last year.

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Funding Opportunity For Creative Businesses

Innovation funding is now available for local creative businesses – apply before 13 February deadline.

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