The Institute of Hospitality NI hosted a conference at St George’s Market earlier this week for over 300 hospitality students from all over Northern Ireland. This annual event known as ‘Home Grown and Growing’ highlights the endless
Staff education and board level oversight are essential if companies are to effectively deal with the growing risk of cyber security breaches and attacks, a business breakfast event organised by Danske Bank was told today. Around 120 local
Ambitious companies in Northern Ireland have just one week left to apply for this year’s Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards Programme, which is run in association with Bank of Ireland. The programme showcases the success of indigenous companies and recognises the
A prime office building on Strand Road in Derry-Londonderry has come to the market today, with offers expected in the region of £5.25m. Timber Quay is fully let to a strong tenant line up which includes AXA, Fujitsu,
A new initiative which aims to revolutionise the education system in Northern Ireland by intelligently connecting pupils and educators with industry employers has kicked off today with the support of global and local companies including PwC, Grant Thornton, BT, Novosco and Smiley Monroe.
Construction firm Gilbert Ash has announced its latest results confirming a 50% increase in pre-tax profits to more than £2m, up from £1.4m in 2016. Additionally, the contractor reported an overall turnover of £165.5m, an increase from £148m in the previous year.
Have you already been consumed by the return of BBC Strictly Come Dancing? Well if you have the glitter ball trophy in your sights dust off your own dancing shoes and Dance for a Difference this autumn. Self Help Africa and
The four-star Roe Park Resort in Limavady is investing £500,000 in its award-winning facilities in response to growing demand for its range of wedding and event services. This follows a recent £1million investment in the transformation of its 18-hole parkland golf course.
Rainbow Communications has recently completed a major programme of upgrading the internal telecoms network of Toals, representing an investment of £500,000 by the bookmakers. Bringing its systems squarely into shape with the 21st century and the