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Friday 22 November 2019
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Graham's £1m fit-out of tech firm's new city hub is completed Graham has completed the interior fit-out of a new Belfast development and support hub for Teamwork.com.
 
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Emma Muir and Marisol Viar at Eddie Rocket’s in Lisburn Eddie Rocket's franchise owner wants to grow new yoghurt brand in Republic By Margaret Canning The Northern Ireland franchise owner of restaurant chain Eddie Rocket's City Diner has snapped up a local frozen yoghurt brand.
William McCulla of Invest NI; John Phelan of HBAN; Margaret Hearty from InterTradeIreland, and Enterprise Ireland’s Kevin Sherry Local firms benefit as start-ups across island given £86m By Staff Reporter All-island angel investors HBAN have passed the milestone of investing €100m (£86m) in start-ups on both sides of the border.
Marianne Hood, chairperson of the Northern Ireland branch of the Institute of Hospitality Brexit 'not helping skills shortage' in tourism sector By Mark McConville A skills shortage is affecting Northern Ireland's tourism sector, a leading hospitality figure has said.
Marty Murphy (right), owner and head chef of Ora Restaurant, with First Trust Bank’s Philip Green New tapas restaurant opens doors in Belfast By Staff Reporter The chef and business owner behind eatery Howard Street has opened Ora Restaurant on Great Victoria Street in Belfast after a £170,000 investment.
 
 
 
A company linked to convicted Belgian tax evader Didier De Witte has been granted planning permission for a multi-million euro, 317-bed student accommodation project in Dublin Belgian tax evader's firm gets go-ahead for Dublin student flats By John Mulligan A company linked to convicted Belgian tax evader Didier De Witte has been granted planning permission for a multi-million euro, 317-bed student accommodation project in Dublin.
Ann McGregor (NI Chamber); John Healy (President, NI Chamber); Louis Theroux (guest speaker) and Paul Murnaghan (BT) pictured at the ICC Belfast. Credit: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye 'Visionary' leadership and 'competent' Executive needed, says Northern Ireland Chamber president By Margaret Canning Northern Ireland needs “visionary” leadership and a “competent” Executive to secure its future prosperity, a business leader has said.
InfraStrata moved in to rescue the ship yard after its previous owner got into financial difficulty. Harland and Wolff boost from InfraStrata deal with Navantia By Margaret Canning Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff has received a boost after parent company InfraStrata announced it will benefit from a new venture with a Spanish shipbuilder.
Hinch Distillery managing director Derek Hardy (left) with executive director of business and sector development at Invest NI, Brian Dolaghan Ex-packaging boss to open whiskey and gin distillery in Co Down creating 42 jobs By Caitriona McBride One of Northern Ireland's best-known businessmen is launching a new £15m whiskey and gin distillery in Co Down with the creation of 42 new jobs.
 
 
 
 
 
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