Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Businesses bank on awards success

Judges for the Ulster stage of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards included, front Grainne Kelly owner of BubbleBum UK, which picked up the Best Business Start-Up category last year and Ian Jordan, Ulster Bank; Back (l-r) Donal Durkan of Invest Northern Ireland, Sam McIlveen, Belfast Telegraph's digital publisher and Liam Nellis of InterTradeIreland.

Businesses have come out in force to highlight their good work in this year’s Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.

Almost 400 entries have been received for the scheme, with strong entry levels in categories such as International Business, Best Business Start-Up, and Innovation and Emerging Technology. The Ulster awards final takes place this Thursday (January 26) in Riddel Hall at Queen’s University Belfast. Considering the 400 entries to the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards were judges Grainne Kelly owner of BubbleBum UK, which picked up the Best Business Start-Up category last year, and Ian Jordan, Ulster Bank, Donal Durkan of Invest Northern Ireland, Sam McIlveen, Belfast Telegraph’s digital publisher and Liam Nellis of InterTradeIreland

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