Bank of Ireland UK has today announced a new service designed to help customers self-isolating during the Covid-19 pandemic – including older customers and those in vulnerable situations – to access cash for groceries, medical supplies and other day-to-day expenses.
Derry Chamber is calling for urgent clarity and guidance for businesses on the issue of what is deemed ‘essential services’ during the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent days, the debate around essential services has been widely raised with no further clarity
Hospitality Ulster has made an urgent call for Government to bring forward the payment for furloughed staff, as time and cash run out. “In normal circumstances, most small hospitality businesses only have two weeks’ cash reserves,” says CEO Colin Neill.
Belfast Met has provided 3D printers on loan to a Belfast based medical firm, enabling Axial3D to increase their output to provide more protective face shields at a time when they are needed most needed in our hospitals. COVID-19 is pushing
Londonderry Chamber of Commerce has lined up behind the organisations welcoming the measures announced in Finance Minister Conor Murphy’s Budget. “The NI Budget today was understandably focused on the response to Covid-19 and how we protect lives during this crisis. That
PwC NI’s tax director Craig Harrison has given Conor Muphy’s Budget measures a cautious welcome. “Although there is scope for more to be done, at a time of unprecedented challenge, Northern Ireland’s business community will welcome the measures announced today by
A Derry-based startup tech firm is enabling NHS, Councils, housing and community and voluntary sector organisations to work better together for COVID-19 support for the most vulnerable Elemental is a health tech innovation company based in Derry founded by joint CEOs
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has joined the organisations welcoming the NI Budget rates assistance being provided for local businesses. “’RICS welcomes the support outlined to businesses during this period of uncertainty. The announced reduction in non-domestic regional rates, which
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council and Ards and North Down Borough Council have announced significant changes to the new Digital Growth Programme, to ensure there is no delay in the provision of the service which aims to the support the development of