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Ulster Business Top 100 2021 launch with A&L Goodbody at The Europa Hotel

The magazine showcases the biggest businesses across Northern Ireland

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Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody with Ulster Business editor, John Mulgrew

Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody with Ulster Business editor, John Mulgrew

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Noel Brady pictured at the Top 100 launch

Noel Brady pictured at the Top 100 launch

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A&L Goodbody's Mark Thompson addressing those gathered at the Top 100 launch

A&L Goodbody's Mark Thompson addressing those gathered at the Top 100 launch

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Guests pictured at the Ulster Business Top 100 magazine launch at The Penthouse at The Europa Hotel, Belfast. Pics Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

Guests pictured at the Ulster Business Top 100 magazine launch at The Penthouse at The Europa Hotel, Belfast. Pics Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

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Symon Ross and Grainne McGarvey and the Top 100 launch

Symon Ross and Grainne McGarvey and the Top 100 launch

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Michael Scott, managing director of firmus energy, with A&L Goodbody's Mark Thompson

Michael Scott, managing director of firmus energy, with A&L Goodbody's Mark Thompson

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Fearghal McKinney, British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland, with Naomh McElhatton, Stimul.ai, and Symon Ross, MCE Public Relations

Fearghal McKinney, British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland, with Naomh McElhatton, Stimul.ai, and Symon Ross, MCE Public Relations

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Dearbhla MacDonald and Molly Cullen of Lighthouse Communications

Dearbhla MacDonald and Molly Cullen of Lighthouse Communications

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IRP Commerce's Philip Macartney and Pulse PR's Grainne McGarvey

IRP Commerce's Philip Macartney and Pulse PR's Grainne McGarvey

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Guests pictured at the Ulster Business Top 100 magazine launch at The Penthouse at The Europa Hotel

Guests pictured at the Ulster Business Top 100 magazine launch at The Penthouse at The Europa Hotel

Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Belfast Telegraph business editor with Sarah-Ann Gamble and Judith Martin of Ulster Business

Belfast Telegraph business editor with Sarah-Ann Gamble and Judith Martin of Ulster Business

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Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody with Ulster Business editor, John Mulgrew

Leaders of business and industry have gathered to celebrate the launch of this year’s Ulster Business Top 100 Companies, with A&L Goodbody.

The event, which was held at the The Europa Hotel Penthouse, heard from Mark Thompson of sponsor A&L Goodbody, and Ulster Business editor John Mulgrew.

This year’s Top 100 list was an interesting one as some of the initial Covid-related accounts were filed.

The flagship Ulster Business Top 100 Northern Ireland Companies 2021 list, with A&L Goodbody (ALG), shows that topline sales increased by 4.3%, year-on-year, to £26.7bn.

Ulster Business has partnered with corporate law firm A&L Goodbody for the last six years with the Top 100.

The list has showcased the performance of the biggest firms from right across Northern Ireland, ranked by turnover, for more than 30 years.

There are a number of new firms making the list this year. That includes German discount supermarket giant Lidl, which is now filing full accounts in Northern Ireland, and blinds maker Mzuri Group, based in Lisburn.

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