Lotus Property, a Northern Ireland based property investment company, has acquired a 1.3m sq ft property portfolio in Scotland valued at approximately £60m. The portfolio, which is made up of 45 properties in total, is predominantly located in
Belfast City Centre Management, the organisation behind improving business life, public spaces and the safety of Belfast city centre, has undergone a strategic review of its operations resulting in a move towards a more commercial model and new governance structure.
Magherafelt based Bloc Blinds has reached a significant manufacturing milestone, with the company producing its one millionth blind. Established in 2008, the business has seen a 40% rise in turnover over the last three years, while sales of
A County Down plastics company has revolutionised its operations and is winning new contracts thanks to support from the Co-Innovate Programme. Donite Plastics, which specialises in the design and manufacture of custom moulded plastic parts, uses 3D computer
P&O Ferries has today announced it is a JAM Card friendly business. The Just a Minute (JAM) Card is a pioneering initiative developed by the NOW Group, a social enterprise supporting people with learning difficulties and autism.
Ulster Bank is marking Global Entrepreneurship Week with a special roadshow of Boost events which will visit three Northern Ireland towns throughout the week. Taking place on 14th, 15th and 16th November
Belfast has been announced as the first city in Northern Ireland to benefit from Openreach’s fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) roll-out programme ‘Fibre First’, where fibre optic cables are laid from the exchange directly to people’s front doors. The news will
Digital DNA has announced the appointment of Simon Bailie as its new chief executive. Formerly commercial director at the organisation, Mr Bailie will lead the organisation as it embarks on a new phase of growth and expansion in local and international markets.
A new Grade A office refurbishment project in Belfast city centre’s Linen Quarter has been brought to the market. The scheme, 20 Adelaide Street, is situated in the heart of Belfast’s central business district and is within close
Ballymena’s local economy is to get an injection of £300,000 over the next three years as Ballymena Business Centre, with the support of an £183k award from The Gallaher Trust, is set to host a series of initiatives in a bid to champion