Leaving the EU Single Market means that there will be changes in how cross border trade in services will be conducted.
Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) is running a series of virtual workshops to help business prepare for the end of the transition period and leaving the EU on 31 December 2020.
New lockdown measures are being introduced in Northern Ireland in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19. The Northern Ireland Executive will meet on Turesday 5th January 2021 to approve these new restrictions in addition to those already in place.
Business and Financial Planning Grant (BFPG) is open to all micro and small or medium-sized businesses in Northern Ireland that are Invest NI customers, or operating in manufacturing, construction, professional services, information and communication, or science and technology.
InvestNI Launch EU Exit resilience tool: Designed to enable your business to take a view on where your strengths & weaknesses may lie
InvestNI's "EU Exit Resilience Tool" is designed to enable your business take a view on where your strengths lie, where you may be vulnerable following the UK’s exit from the EU and what action you may need to take. You will be able to score your business readiness against the areas most likely to be …
Northern Ireland's private sector returned to growth in the third quarter following the easing of lockdown measures in June. But new economic analysis suggests the pace of the recovery remains weak and will soon be tested......
Retired Gen. Stan McChrystal, a fellow West Point graduate, suggests in his book "Leadership: Myth and Reality" that different environments will require different leaders.
October 2020: Job Support Scheme expanded to firms required to close due to Covid restrictions announced by Chancellor
Thoughts on how to build your sales pipeline during this time. Here are some areas for you to think about on how to improve your sales and business development revenue opportunities during this time.