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Belfast Fairy Doors and small traders get chance to take part in Bank of Ireland UK's Enterprise Week

By Staff Reporter

Published 20/05/2016

Mark O’Brien, commercial branch manager of Bank of Ireland UK, with Michael Logan (left) of Belfast Fairy Doors and his daughter Jessica
Mark O’Brien, commercial branch manager of Bank of Ireland UK, with Michael Logan (left) of Belfast Fairy Doors and his daughter Jessica

A maker of ornamental 'fairy' doors is among the small Northern Ireland firms taking part in Bank of Ireland UK's Enterprise Week.

This week's programme enables traders to show off their goods and services in bank branches across Northern Ireland.

Michael Logan, owner of Belfast Fairy Doors, took part in last year's scheme, selling out his stock and even securing more orders.

His company is now exporting to Australia, Canada and the US - despite having no high street presence.

Enterprise Week takes place twice every year as part of Bank of Ireland's commitment to small growth and start-up businesses in all kinds of sectors.

Mr Logan will be showing off his products at a pop-up event in the Belfast city branch of Bank of Ireland UK today from 10am to 2.30pm.

Belfast Telegraph

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