IF you were to look for proof positive of the sustaining impact that renewable energy is having on our power supply in Northern Ireland, you would need to look no further than the grid operator’s latest generation output results.
IF you thought you had heard enough about Brexit in 2016 and 2017 you may not enjoy 2018 too much! Despite the endless analysis, though, one issue which hasn’t received much attention is the potential impact of Brexit on the cost of vehicle repairs and, consequently, insurance.
IT’S hard to believe that we have now entered a second calendar year since the shock decision of the UK electorate to exit the European Union – a referendum result that had many anticipating a major downturn for the local commercial property market.
THE President of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce has said 2018 must be a "year of change and progress – both politically and economically” if Northern Ireland is ever to become an "economic powerhouse".
DUBLIN financial technology start-up Assure Hedge, which helps big companies like banks to automate foreign exchange hedging processes and smaller firms to buffer against currency volatility, plans to have a presence in Belfast early in the new year.
THERE have been some fantastic developments in the corporate delivery of technology and communications over the last 12 months, with businesses of all sizes utilising the ever improving 4G networks, mobile handsets and VoIP telephone services to improve customer experience.