Leaving the EU Single Market means that there will be changes in how cross border trade in services will be conducted.
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.
InvestNI Launch EU Exit resilience tool: Designed to enable your business to take a view on where your strengths & weaknesses may lie
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......
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced huge changes on the way many of us work. Regular time in the office feels like a thing of the past, and virtual meetings are the new reality.
Despite multiple predictions that COVID-19 would put an end to offices, it’s now clear the future of business won’t be fully digitised. Instead, physical and remote workspaces will coexist in a new era of flexible work.
The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency released The Labour Force Survey (LFS) estimates on August 11th. They indicated the following key points:
Businesses have been asking the SME Support Forum about the self-employment grant that you will be getting in August, so we wanted to update you on Phase 2 of the Self Employed Income Support Scheme.
How to support your employees through times of change. How can we lead people through these uncertain times? Wendy McCulla explores how managers can use the four stages of change to better understand and support their teams.
We invite you to take part in the SME Support Forum Redundancy Survey to help us get a better understanding of the current landscape regarding potential redundancies in Northern Ireland.