Start a Business

Do you have a business idea or have you ever thought of working for yourself? If the answer is yes why not speak to us as we have helped hundreds of people to start their own business over the past 25 years.

Starting a Business

Start a Business at Omagh EnterpriseMaking the decision to start a business is a major step and requires planning and finance. Our business advisers will meet you on a one-to-one confidential basis to help you prepare a business plan. We will also help you to access finance and business support programmes and arrange follow up meetings once your business has started.

Free confidential advice

Starting a business can be a lonely experience but it needn’t be with the support of a business adviser. If you are thinking about starting a business – don’t go it alone.


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For more information contact Aine on 028 8224 9494 or email

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p)

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p) is a pre-start initiative which supports activities to extend employment opportunities for the unemployed and the economically inactive.  The course provides 1-1 tailored business mentoring support, with the opportunity to work towards achieving an accredited CCEA Level I in Understanding Business Enterprise qualification. You will visit local businesses & work as a part of a team to develop your business skills & knowledge.

Eligibility Criteria;

  • Not in employment or working/in education/training less than 16 hours a week;
  • Legally resident in a European Union member state; and
  • Able to take paid employment in a European Union member state.

If this sounds like this is the course for you, then please contact Sharon on 028 8224 9494 or email

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p) 

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p) 

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p) 

Exploring Enterprise3 Programme (EE3p) 


Client Stories

Five things you need to do to help secure your small business against cyber threats

Cyber security experts from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have drawn up new guidance to help small businesses protect themselves against online attacks.

Their Small Business Guide outlines five quick steps that you should follow to reduce the chances of your business becoming a victim of cyber crime. These include:

1. backing up your data
2. protecting your organisation from malware
3. keeping your smartphones (and tablets) safe
4. using passwords to protect your data
5. avoiding phishing attacks

Each step suggests five simple, low-cost techniques that can help you improve different areas of cyber security within your business.

The guide follows research by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, which found that almost half (45 per cent) of all micro or small businesses in the UK identified a cyber security breach or attack in the last year.

If you want to improve your cyber security further, plenty of resources are available to help you do so. You can:

  • follow the Cyber Aware campaign, which recommends simple ways businesses can protect themselves online
  • seek certification under the government’s Cyber Essentials scheme, which has the benefit of demonstrating to your clients (or prospective clients) that you take the protection of their data seriously

If you’re a larger business, or face a greater risk from cyber crime, then the 10 Steps to Cyber Security can further help your approach to cyber security.


When I graduated from University there were no jobs, so I completed the Go for It Programme with Omagh Enterprise Company and it gave me the confidence to start my own business.

Charlene Stockdale

Cupid Creations

I wanted to start my own business, as I was at a point in life where I wanted a change. We approached Omagh Enterprise Company and they advised us on many issues we hadn’t considered. It was a fantastic place to start a business, as we got all the support and advice we needed to get started.

Sean McDermott