Bank of Ireland UK: Empowering colleagues to support local communities

Tuesday 8 October 2019 by Ulster Business

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Ulster Business speaks to Bank of Ireland UK's Northern Ireland managing director Ian Sheppard, and learns more about how colleagues are being empowered to play an active role in the local communities where they live and work

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Belfast Harbour’s Joe O’Neill: Brexit, development and beyond

Tuesday 1 October 2019 by Ulster Business

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John Mulgrew sits down with Belfast Harbour chief executive Joe O’Neill to chat about 18 months in charge, a £250m investment, tripling its film studio business, further residential developments, Brexit, attracting new foreign investors and diversification

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Clarity Telecom: building telecoms from the ground up

Monday 9 September 2019 by Ulster Business


Clarity Telecom founder and managing director David Whelan speaks to Ulster Business about a business which boasts the right tools for the job

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axial3D: from start-up seed to a global business

Wednesday 28 August 2019 by Ulster Business

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Medical 3D printing firm axial3D has shone as one of the major success stories to emerge from leading technology hub Catalyst. We speak to founder Daniel Crawford and his team about the journey so far

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Thompson Aero: The Co Armagh manufacturer doubling turnover with bigger plans for growth

Sunday 4 August 2019 by Ulster Business

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Ulster Business editor John Mulgrew sits down with Thompson Aero Seating chief executive Andres Budo to discuss doubling sales in the space of a year, expanding its headcount to 1,700 and starting work on a new 350,000 sq ft top-end production facility

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Simon Hamilton: strong desire for orderly Brexit

Friday 2 August 2019 by John Mulgrew

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Former jobs minister Simon Hamilton says there is a strong desire to achieve “an orderly Brexit” to avoid long term damage to the economy, as he takes up his new role as head of Belfast Chamber.

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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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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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GMcG on a bright future and its next generation

Tuesday 2 April 2019 by Ulster Business

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GMcG is already a well-established and leading independent accountancy and advisory business, and the growing firm tells Ulster Business about planning for a brighter future, carrying out major investment and developing the next generation

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Taking a musical and business journey into the mainstream

Monday 1 April 2019 by Ulster Business

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He’s been at the forefront of high-end guitar-making in Ireland for five decades. Now, George Lowden has taken the biggest step in his career and paired up with a global superstar to develop an instrument for the masses, writes John Mulgrew

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