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Belfast Telegraph
UK software company creates 94 jobs in Northern Ireland and launches new academysoftware for telecommunications software providers. The company has its headqu
UK software company creates 94 jobs in Northern Ireland and launches new academy
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
software for telecommunications software providers. The company has its headquarters in London, with offices worldwide. Invest NI has contributed an employment grant of £470,000, while the Department for Economy has offered Assured Skills... Read more
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6d
Belfast Telegraph
Software company Metaswitch to create 94 new jobssoftware for telecommunications software providers. The company has its headqu
Software company Metaswitch to create 94 new jobs
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
software for telecommunications software providers. The company has its headquarters in London, with offices worldwide. Invest NI has contributed an employment grant of £470,000 while the Department for Economy has offered Assured Skills... Read more
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10d
Belfast Telegraph
Darren has a lot on his mind with the Ryder Cup coming up, but he knows I'll be there for him... as his wife and best friendher courageous battle with breast cancer just over 10 years ago. Alison has tw
Darren has a lot on his mind with the Ryder Cup coming up, but he knows I'll be there for him... as his wife and best friend
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
her courageous battle with breast cancer just over 10 years ago. Alison has two grown-up sons - Stuart (29), who works for Invest NI in San Francisco, and Philip (24), an area manager with Lidl in London - from her previous marriage to Arthur... Read more
11d
Belfast Telegraph
280 new Civil Service jobs created in Northern Ireland after £16m deal clinchedpublic service reform had placed the organisation under considerable pressure.
280 new Civil Service jobs created in Northern Ireland after £16m deal clinched
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
public service reform had placed the organisation under considerable pressure. Meanwhile, this week accountancy firm BDO revealed it's creating 43 jobs in Belfast over the next three years, partly funded by almost £218,000 in grants from Inves... Read more
12d
Farming Life
Appetite for Growth conference – Driving innovation with big datato their own business models, and we would encourage those interested in attend
Appetite for Growth conference – Driving innovation with big data
Farming Life / Posted 12 days ago
to their own business models, and we would encourage those interested in attending to register as soon as possible.” Invest NI’s Director of Food, John Hood said: “Acquiring customer insights is a valuable resource for the Northern Ireland... Read more
13d
Belfast Telegraph
Accountancy firm creates scores of jobs in Belfastwhich will generate an extra £1 million a year in salaries, has been backed by
Accountancy firm creates scores of jobs in Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
which will generate an extra £1 million a year in salaries, has been backed by Stormont business support agency Invest NI. The new roles will provide professional services to a range of blue chip and FTSE 500 clients within the BDO... Read more
13d
Belfast Telegraph
Accountancy firm BDO creating 43 new jobs in Northern Irelandnetwork. By 2018 the firm will employ 200 people in Northern Ireland with the
Accountancy firm BDO creating 43 new jobs in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
network. By 2018 the firm will employ 200 people in Northern Ireland with the new positions paying over £27,000 a year. Invest NI offered BDO £217,935 to support the recruitment of 36 of the 43 new jobs, as well as the company’s training... Read more
18d
Belfast Telegraph
Carryduff houseboat firm rules the waves at launchits possibilities." Around 85 people attended yesterday's launch, at which the
Carryduff houseboat firm rules the waves at launch
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
its possibilities." Around 85 people attended yesterday's launch, at which the company secured a further three sales. Invest NI offered more than £101,000 towards research and design, marketing activities, technical advice and an employment... Read more
18d
Belfast Telegraph
Firm that rose from ashes of failed Mivan given £500k fundingafter Antrim joinery business Mivan collapsed with the loss of almost 250 jobs
Firm that rose from ashes of failed Mivan given £500k funding
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
after Antrim joinery business Mivan collapsed with the loss of almost 250 jobs has received almost £500,000 funding from Invest NI to help recruit staff. Mivan was one of Northern Ireland's best-known companies and worked all over the world on... Read more
19d
Belfast Telegraph
US software company BDNA Corporation creating 17 Belfast jobswe know we'll be competing for talent. Expertise comes at a pretty penny and we
US software company BDNA Corporation creating 17 Belfast jobs
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
we know we'll be competing for talent. Expertise comes at a pretty penny and we'll be paying for the skills that we need." Invest NI has offered the company £85,000 toward the recruitment of the staff, with several jobs already in place at the... Read more
25d
Belfast Telegraph
Caterpillar job cuts devastating blow for manufacturing sector in Northern Irelandhas seen their revenues decline by 21% in the last five years," he added. "Bet
Caterpillar job cuts devastating blow for manufacturing sector in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
has seen their revenues decline by 21% in the last five years," he added. "Between April 1, 2011, and March 31, 2016, Invest NI provided more than £270m of assistance to manufacturing firms here, and I am determined to continue to support our... Read more
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26d
The Irish Times
Caterpillar could close one of its three plants in the Northof government support available to them at this time”. Assistance He said that
Caterpillar could close one of its three plants in the North
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
of government support available to them at this time”. Assistance He said that between April 2011 and March of this year Invest NI had provided more than £270 million of assistance to manufacturing firms in Northern Ireland, and he was determined... Read more
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Gamasutra
The Art & Business of Making Gamesis Rotha Johnston and Kenneth Branagh is Honorary President. Northern Ireland
The Art & Business of Making Games
Gamasutra / Posted 1 months ago
is Rotha Johnston and Kenneth Branagh is Honorary President. Northern Ireland Screen is funded by Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) and by the Department for Communities and is delegated by the Arts Council of NI (ACNI) to administer Lottery... Read more

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