Changes To Business Water Charges

Northern Ireland Water (NI Water) has announced changes to its non-domestic water and sewerage charges. From 1st April 2015 charges will increase by 2.4 per cent on average.

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Building The Community-Pharmacy Partnership

The Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) has opened its latest round of funding for Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP).

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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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Northern Ireland Has a Thriving Cyber Security Sector

Northern Ireland’s cyber security sector is making an increasingly important contribution to the local economy, Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster has said.

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Exit From The EU Would Cost £1bn A Year

Northern Ireland’s economy could suffer damaging repercussions if the UK votes to pull out of the European Union, it has been claimed.

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Five Ways to Grow Your Business

With your competition never giving you a break, it’s important to build and maintain your market share. Here are five ways to grow your business in the modern business landscape.

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Corporation Tax A ‘Golden Opportunity Not To Be Missed’

Politicians were urged yesterday “don’t disappoint investors by letting corporation tax go”. Brian Keegan, director of taxation at Chartered Accountants Ireland, told 300 delegates at a breakfast business in Newry that handing fiscal powers to Stormont was “now firmly in the hands of local MLAs”.

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TEDx Omagh Seeks To Inspire Creativity And Growth

TEDx Omagh, which is an offshoot of the internationally renown series of TED conferences, will take place in the town at the end of November.

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Are The Machines Coming To Take Your Job?

Many of the jobs that provide safety and security for millions of people are in danger of disappearing as work patterns change. Artificial intelligence, advanced software, specialised robots and even the Internet enable machines to do many of the jobs previously done by people. But what does it mean for the future?

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Electric Vehicles For Business

Electric vehicles offer an increasingly practical option for business transport with low running costs. Electric vehicles – also known as ecars – are vehicles which are powered exclusively by electricity, removing the need for fossil fuels. Electric vehicles offer an alternative with a cheap and secure power source.

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Applications to The Regional Reserve and Young Farmers’ Payment

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) is clarifying the procedures to be followed when making an application to the Regional Reserve and Young Farmers’ Payment in advance of the opening of the 2015 Single Application period.

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Thinking Of Starting a Business? Neighbourhood Renewal With Grant

Thinking Of Starting a Business? Neighbourhood Renewal With Grant.

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Why Your Company Needs A Custom Disclaimer

Whilst laws in Germany and the UK already require certain information to be included in a business disclaimer on all emails, many companies are still manually creating individual disclaimers for corporate email signatures.

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Co Tyrone Meat Processor Creates 209 Jobs As Part Of £27m Expansion

Co Tyrone meat processor Dunbia is creating 209 new jobs as part of its latest expansion.

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Business Premises Available at Omagh Enterprise

Do you need super-fast broadband?
Omagh Enterprise is the place to do business.
Flexible. Modern. Well-equipped. And with more than a few extras.

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Northern Ireland’s Youth Urged To Consider Careers In Digital Sector

Young people in Northern Ireland have been urged to consider a career in the digital sector.

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How to Know When a Business is Facing Financial Problems

Almost every business faces bumps in the road or periods of real operational difficulty but how do you know when challenging headwinds have become serious financial problems?

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Social Media For Social Enterprise Workshop

Use social media to promote your community or social enterprise organisation

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Business Rating System In Northern Ireland ‘A Drag On Economic Growth’

The present system of business rating in the north “is not fit for purpose” and “acts as a drag on our economic growth”, a retail chief has claimed.

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Budget 2015

The Chancellor, George Osborne, announced his Budget on Wednesday 18 March 2015. We have summarised the key points including the state of the economy, personal tax and savings from the Budget and highlight issues affecting Northern Ireland businesses.

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