'We have to be prepared that things will not always go well'
Q&A: David Henderson, Tobermore
Q: What's the best piece of business (or life) advice you've ever been given?
A: The best advice I was ever given was by my dad: "Do everything in an honest and correct way."
Q: What was your best business decision?
A: Entering into the UK Business Excellence awards in 2007.
Q: What was your last holiday? Where are you going next?
A: The Amalfi coast, Italy. It was beautiful and I am going again this summer.
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Q: What are your hobbies/interests?
A: Horse riding, rugby and skiing.
Q: What is your favourite sport and team?
A: Rugby and Ulster Rugby.
Q: And have you ever played any sports?
A: A bit of rugby in school, The Rainey in Magherafelt.
Q: If you enjoy reading, can you recommend a book?
A: James Kerr - Legacy.
Q: How would you describe your early life?
A: I was a bit wild.
Q: Have you any economic predictions?
A: We have to be prepared that things will not always go well.
Q: How do you sum up working in the concrete sector?
A: It's not glamorous, but I love it.