Capitalism has created immense wealth and countless jobs over many decades. But it no longer works for everyone and must be reinvented to build a better future.
As one decade ends and another begins what does the future hold for business in a world changing at tremendous speed. The normal enthusiasm for New Year resolutions is a little restrained by uncertainty in politics and the economy.
North City Business Centre was delighted to welcome Councillor John Finucane, Lord Mayor of Belfast, to the Business Centre recently, and to brief him on their current projects and future development plans.
Ballymena Business Centre celebrated Global Enterprise Week through outreach in the community to inform locals about free business start-up and growth support available in Ballymena and across Mid & East Antrim
Ballymena Business Centre is set to benefit from having access to next generation fibre technology, having successfully secured the roll out of ‘Fibre-to-the-Premises’ (FTTP) broadband to its business units located at its headquarters in Galgorm, thanks to a Government voucher scheme and Openreach’s ‘Community Fibre Partnership’ (CFP) scheme.
Ballymena Business Centre are delighted the £500 Seed Fund Start-Up Grant supported by The allaher Trust, is continuing to support local entrepreneurs on their start-up journey.
Congratulations to Kirsty Watson who was shortlisted for the Best Professional Support Executive, in the Northern Ireland’s leading business awards, the First Trust Business Eye Awards.