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.
Northern Ireland news
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.
TAKING part in InterTradeIreland’s all-island Acumen programme helped participating businesses increase their sales by an average of £250,000, according to figures from the cross-border body.