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Family ties a theme of Northern Ireland’s Top 100 companies

Margaret Canning considers the wide range of businesses on the list, including the home grown heroes hitting £1bn in sales

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Brian McConville with his children Conleth and Naoimh at the 2017 Belfast Telegraph Business Awards

Brian McConville with his children Conleth and Naoimh at the 2017 Belfast Telegraph Business Awards

Brian McConville with his children Conleth and Naoimh at the 2017 Belfast Telegraph Business Awards

As you’ve seen, the criteria for entering the Top 100 gives rise to a rich tapestry of businesses, some of which are owned by parent companies as far away as Canada, USA, Spain and Finland.

Three businesses on the list, Gardrum Holdings, McCloskey International and Linamar Light Metals, are now Canadian-owned, with the latter changing its name from Montupet after a sale by the French-owned business.


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