By Conor Osborne, Director, Osborne+Co Against the backdrop of the Belfast International Homecoming Conference this week it is timely for us to look at Belfast’s place and future on the world stage from a business perspective.
Manufacturing is at a crossroads with technological disruption, skills challenges and access to talent changing the playing field for manufacturers everywhere. That is nowhere felt more than in Mid-Ulster which has become a hotbed of manufacturing excellence in recent years. C
Hard and fast figures are hard to come by, but there are few who would argue against the statement that Danske Bank is the market leader when it comes to business banking here in Northern Ireland. Danske’s own figures put the
New research from Barclays has revealed that approximately one in six businesses in Northern Ireland has been victim of a cybercrime attack, according to a survey carried out at a cyber awareness seminar in Belfast yesterday. ‘Hacking Your Head: the increasing use of Social Engineering
“Well-regarded nationally and internationally, Northern Ireland has a proud manufacturing history, famed for among other things, our ship building heritage, linen, aircraft and tractor manufacturing, as well as food production. Responsible for one in four of all jobs in our
Northern Hydraulics Ltd, based in Dungannon, was established by Seamus Morris in 1988 to manufacture high quality precision cylinders for use in all types of hydraulic equipment across a range of industries including quarrying, materials handling, waste and recycling, and agriculture.
Operating in a global market that is estimated to be worth £2 billion a year, Cookstown based Keylite Roof Windows is known as a trailblazer in the roof window industry – racking up a plethora of national, trade and supplier awards for their
Quad-X, is a Ballymena based manufacturer of machinery and accessories for the quad bike and agricultural market, owned and managed by Sean Blaney. From humble beginnings in 1993, the firm has since burst onto the manufacturing scene with their engineering innovations and unrivalled
Andrew Irwin is the joint managing director of Bedeck, a luxury bed/bath linen retailer. Bedeck has been in the family since 1951, making Andrew, and his brother Gary, the third generation of Irwins to run the business. With only limited management experience, Andrew
Business Eye joined forces with Danske Bank to stage a Round Table Discussion at Danske’s Donegall Square West headquarters looking at the regeneration of Belfast city centre…….. The Participants Geoff Sharpe, Head of Corporate, Danske Bank Brian Lavery, Managing Director, CBRE