A BELFAST City Council programme has now helped 350 entrepreneurs launch their business over the past year.
START-UPS with high growth potential will be given the chance to get their companies fit to compete with the best in the world by taking part in a new business accelerator programme.
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ULSTER GAA and the Irish Football Association have welcomed funding to keep a coaching scheme for schoolchildren running.
The comedian’s latest venture was announced as part of BBC2’s new season line-up.
BUSINESS support programme StartPlanetNI is calling on new companies to launch in Belfast which is fast becoming the 'go-to' location for start-ups.
THE GAA has launched a membership card rewards programme entitled GRMA 'go raibh maith agat' which President Aogán Ó Fearghail described as a “thank you” to the ...
ASCREENING programme which aims to reduce deaths across the north from
T hEBBC has said an eagerly anticipated documentary about the lif
WEST Belfast man Robert Delaney plans to auction a quite unique match programme for charity with the autographs of four of Celtic’s Lisbon Lions team and former Rangers captain John Greig.
QUEEN’S University has launched its Mini MBA, for the second year running, which will give participants an insight into today’s modern business world.