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BluePrint for success

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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As the local and global economy dusts itself down and starts to look forward to a brighter future, Ulster Business talked to BluePrint Specialist Appointments...

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The eastern corridor: Larne to Dun Laoghaire

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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As globalisation makes the act of doing business throughout the world considerably easier, John Simpson takes a look at the challenges faced by those trading on a more local basis across our own border.

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Banking on better times?

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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Say what you will about the banking community but even in the aftermath of the crisis of confidence which has gripped the global economy, bankers remain a key part of the recovery process and the underlying commerce model.

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The all-island secret to success

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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The Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce's Network Facilitator Eamonn Cavlan explains why he believes networking across the island is key to survival

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First phase complete of £6 million city airport enhancement

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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Bordering on the shoppers

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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If there’s one area of the Northern Ireland economy which has managed to shrug off the worst effects of the recession over the last few months it’s the retail sector in the border regions. Newry in particular has benefited from the rush of shoppers from the Republic of Ireland, or ROI, taking advantage

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ICT for the future

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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According to the Matrix Report, the ICT sector is made up of around 750 companies employing more than 11,000 people. Overall ICT generates more than £500 million for the local economy. So what does the sector need to thrive? We spoke to voices from within the sector (ICT hub location; educator; enterprise advisor; private sector...

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Forget New York, Newry is the hot shopping destination for 2009

Thursday 10 December 2009 by Ulster Business

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Image courtesy of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. There can be no mistaking the hoards of shoppers heading north across the border to take advantage of the beneficial exchange rate. Julie Sloan, director of Mintel Ireland offers a statistical...

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Calling All Angels Of The North

Tuesday 20 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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Mivan Hosts Staff Recognition Evening

Tuesday 20 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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£4.4 Million Investment Unveiled By Cookstown's TES

Tuesday 20 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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NI Economy to return to growth in 2010

Tuesday 20 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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'Success flourishes in Northern Ireland' says BDO

Monday 19 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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"So often we are told to look elsewhere to see business success and to understand how things should be done. As these profiles and interviews show, success flourishes right here in Northern Ireland."

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Paint Job

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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The Emer Gallery is one of Belfast’s longest-established galleries, operating from newly-expanded premises on the Antrim Road. Founded by Michael Flanagan in the mid-1980’s, the Gallery is associated with many famous Irish artists including Markey Robinson, Basil Blackshaw and Noel Murphy. In this edition of Ulster Business, the gallery’s

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Doctor, Doctor, Can I Have a Diagnosis?

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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Scratch the surface of the Northern Ireland economy and there’s a company competing in the world market from our own back yard. David Elliott went along to find out more about Randox, a business claiming a significant stake in the global diagnostics market. What do a factory in rural Antrim and a US police investigation

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Water, Water, Everywhere

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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Backing Business to Succeed

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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A lack of available credit is said to be the main stumbling block hampering the economy’s recovery from the current recession. But Clare Guinness from Bank of Ireland tells Ulster Business its business banking team is ready and willing to lend…

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A Safe Bet for Security Services

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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The Security division at Robinson Services continues to go from strength to strength as it approaches its first full year of trading, having joined an already strong service portfolio of Cleaning, Hygiene and Laundry divisions in November 2008.

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Conference sets out Nama's stall

Friday 16 October 2009 by Ulster Business

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The National Asset Management Agency, or NAMA, will remove the burden of toxic loans and help the Irish economy get back on its feet.

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House Prices Stopped Falling?

Thursday 15 October 2009 by Ulster Business

Row of houses either up for sale or for lease on a Belfast street

The housing market in Northern Ireland has been one of the most obvious casualties of the global recession but after months of continual price depreciation, the market seems to have bottomed. But has it?

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