New Northern Ireland trade alliance formed

Wednesday 19 June 2019 by John Mulgrew


Northern Ireland’s newest trade body alliance will take its message to Westminster later this year amid the ongoing political vacuum at home and Brexit on the horizon

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Farming, food and the challenges facing the new crop

Wednesday 19 June 2019 by Ulster Business

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Ulster Business sat down with experts in the field of farming and agri-business for the latest in a series of Ulster Bank DSE dinners to examine the lay of the land

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Software firm creating 80 Belfast jobs

Tuesday 18 June 2019 by John Mulgrew


A UK software firm is creating 80 jobs at a new Belfast base as part of a £5.5m investment

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Economy suffers third month of slowdown

Friday 7 June 2019 by John Mulgrew

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Northern Ireland’s private sector has suffered its third consecutive month of slowdown and contraction – faring worse than any other UK region

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Glandore: the family flexible workspace on the rise

Wednesday 5 June 2019 by Ulster Business

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High-end flexible office company Glandore has expanded rapidly into an all-island family business with further growth on the horizon

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NI bosses 'searching new markets to boost exports'

Tuesday 4 June 2019 by John Mulgrew

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Around 84% of Northern Ireland bosses are exploring emerging markets in order grow their exports, according to the latest survey from KPMG

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Food firm stockpiling £1m of goods in Republic

Tuesday 4 June 2019 by John Mulgrew

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A major Northern Ireland food manufacturer has stockpiled more than £1m of goods in the Republic of Ireland amid concerns of tariffs being imposed with a hard Brexit, Ulster Business can reveal

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Kathryn Thomson: From centres of culture to commercial concerns

Tuesday 4 June 2019 by Ulster Business


John Mulgrew speaks to National Museums NI chief executive Kathryn Thomson about challenging finances, cracking the one million visitor mark and support for a Troubles ‘peace centre’

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Manufacturing: is NI bucking the global slowdown?

Tuesday 4 June 2019 by John Mulgrew


Global manufacturing and industry stalwarts such as Germany are feeling the slowdown. So, why are Northern Ireland’s makers and engineers bucking the trend?

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NI economy 'to experience slowed growth'

Monday 3 June 2019 by Ulster Business

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Northern Ireland’s economic output, employment and house price growth are expected to stall in the next three years – slowing at a greater rate than the UK as a whole, according to fresh predictions

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