Cruise Belfast, the partnership between Belfast Harbour and Visit Belfast, has announced that 285,000 visitors aboard 151 cruise ships are due to call at Belfast Harbour this year, an increase of 31% on the 115 visits during the 2018 cruise season.
Lidl Northern Ireland has raised more than £420,000 for local charities and community groups, including almost £194,000 for its staff-chosen charity partner NSPCC Northern Ireland. The community impact assessment reflects the positive impact Lidl is having throughout Northern
InterTradeIreland, the cross-border trade and business development body, has announced that total cross-border trade in goods is at an all-time high and has been growing at an average rate of 4% per annum over the past 20 years, currently standing at £6.11bn for
Northern Ireland’s largest car retailer, Charles Hurst, has revealed its new Nissan showroom following a substantial investment in its Antrim Road facility. The restructure is designed to create an outstanding retail space to showcase the brand’s established vehicle range, as well as new
Invent, the annual competition run by Catalyst Inc and sponsored by Bank of Ireland UK, has been launched for 2019 and is hoping to attract more than 100 entrepreneurs and inventors from across Northern Ireland. The Invent competition offers the applicants
A well-known Belfast property development firm has been announced as headline sponsor of the 80-strong delegation from Belfast traveling to international real estate investment conference MIPIM. Oakland Holdings, the developer behind Belfast’s largest ever Grade A office building
Saltmarine Hyundai has committed to ‘be green in 2019’ with the arrival of five fully-electric Hyundai IONIQ models for its staff alongside a host of other green initiatives. The Dungannon dealer group also has 200 solar panels, six electric car chargepoints, low-energy lighting,
Business leaders have until 1st February to enter this year’s Institute of Directors (IoD) Northern Ireland Director of the Year Awards. The awards, sponsored by First Trust Bank seek, to honour the best performing directors in the private, public
Healthy fast food chain Freshly Chopped has announced the launch of Northern Ireland’s first sweat party, a phenomenon from the US that invites people to take part in a group workout session to promote healthy bodies and minds.
Northern Ireland based developer and contractor McAleer & Rushe has exchanged contracts to sell the Brinell Building in Brighton. The company is selling the speculative office development for £39 million, reflecting a yield of 4.75%, to Orchard Street Investment Management, who has purchased