- Director: Jim Dobson
- Pre-tax profit: £7m
- Employment: 3,778
- Pay bill: £77.8m
In the last four decades, Jim and brother Jack Dobson have grown their small Dungannon butcher shop into meat giant Dunbia, with sites throughout the UK and Ireland, turning over almost £800m each year.
Set up in 1976 after the brothers bought over a small frozen meat shop in Dungannon, Dunbia has grown to employ nearly 4,000 staff — 1,200 working in Northern Ireland — across a dozen sites, selling and exporting beef, lamb and pork across the globe.