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Muckamore man appointed vice-president of national shopfitters body

A MUCKAMORE man has been appointed as vice-president of the National Association of Shopfitters (NAS), which represents the interests of almost 250 interior fit-out contractors throughout Britain and Northern Ireland Alan Stewart, business development and marketing manager at award-winning Marcon Fit-Out, was appointed at the organisation’s recent AGM in London.

Broighter Gold set to shine in Dubai

THE north's multi-award-winning producer of oils cold-pressed from a family farm in Co Derry are to be stocked on supermarket shelves in the United Arab Emirates from this week.

Onecom secures £30m funding to support growth strategy

INDEPENDENT business communications provider Onecom, which has been operating in Northern Ireland for more than two years, has secured a £30 million finance package from HSBC UK in support of its ambitious growth plans.

Reilly's Bar to go under the hammer

A PRIME bar business overlooking the Shannon Erne waterway in Co Cavan is set to go under the hammer at a public auction on the premises on Saturday May 4 at 5pm.

Pub bosses take licensing law changes battle to Westminster

Gary McDonald Business Editor
PUB bosses have urged Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley and Shadow Secretary Tony Lloyd to intervene on the knee jerk ‘special event’ consultation by the Department for Communities and to address what they see as the north's outdated liquor licensing laws.

'Depreciation' and company vehicles

Maurece Hutchinson
WHEN your company vehicle is off the road after an accident that wasn’t your driver’s fault, it can be easy in the rush to get repairs organised and a vehicle back on the road, to overlook a loss that affects private motorists and company or commercial vehicles alike.

Our gender diversity journey has just begun

Roseann Kelly
I HAVE been beating my drum for years now about gender diversity and there is still a long way to go to get true and meaningful change that will have a tangible impact for the Northern Ireland economy.

What does your parent want to be when they grow up?

Claire Aiken
NANCY Pelosi was in town last week, and while the media focus was on her visiting the border “out of respect for the courage of those who took part in the talks that led to the Good Friday Agreement”, her visit got me thinking on another matter entirely: the contribution of older people to business and to society in general.

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