Enterprise Northern Ireland (ENI) has just released the largest business survey of its kind in the region and findings suggest that up to 6,200 businesses across NI could be in difficulty today.
We are recruiting! You could be part of our team.. Our people are the heartbeat of Antrim Enterprise & they make a difference to individuals thinking of self-employment and along their entrepreneurial journey. We're currently looking for an Enterprise Executive. For Job Description and Specification email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our people are the heartbeat of Antrim Enterprise & they make a difference to individuals thinking of self-employment and along their entrepreneurial journey. You could be part of our team. Find out more by emailing email@example.com
Due to recent retirements we're recruiting for non-executive voluntary Trustees to join our team. If you share the core values we believe & practice: integrity, dedication, passion & quality; then Antrim Enterprise may be the opportunity you are looking.
ENI's CEO Michael McQuillen speaking on Good Morning Ulster today (04.05.2020) about the need for a clear and well defined plan to help businesses come out of lockdown in a phased way.
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