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Businesses jump at the opportunities of Enterprise Week

By Staff Reporter

Published 15/11/2016

David Ramsey, Bank of Ireland business adviser, with Nick Turkington of JumpingClay at last week’s Twilight Market in Belfast
David Ramsey, Bank of Ireland business adviser, with Nick Turkington of JumpingClay at last week’s Twilight Market in Belfast

Small business customers of Bank of Ireland are invited to display their wares in its branches as Enterprise Week continues. Firms - even those who don't bank with BoI - can give their goods a high-street presence by setting up in branches between now and Friday.

To get the celebration of entrepreneurship off to a good start, 20 businesses were invited to trade at St George's Market's Twilight Market in Belfast last week, exposing them to 20,000 potential buyers.

Educational franchise JumpingClay, which allows children to learn new skills through clay, was among those which took part.

Director Nick Turkington said he was "delighted" at how taking part had helped raise the profile of the business, based on Stranmillis Road in Belfast.

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