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Belfast Telegraph
Investors hear plans for 8,000 new NI jobs at London eventPride and the takeover of Thompson Aero by Chinese firm AVIC. The London event
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Pride and the takeover of Thompson Aero by Chinese firm AVIC. The London event will also see economic development agency Invest NI join the Department for International Trade to launch around £1.3bn in property investment opportunities here.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Airbus choosing Belfast as a partner is an example for othersviewpoint will bolster sales for the aircraft. I have yet to hear external app
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
viewpoint will bolster sales for the aircraft. I have yet to hear external applause for Alastair Hamilton and his team at Invest NI on their investment in leading edge facilities at Queen's Island. They merit recognition for their steadfast focus... Read more
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The Irish Times
NI medtech firm Neurovalens raises €1.3m for weight-loss wearableby Dr Jason McKeown and neuroscientist Paul McGeoch in 2015 and was named as No
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
by Dr Jason McKeown and neuroscientist Paul McGeoch in 2015 and was named as Northern Ireland’s best start-up in the Invest NI Propel Programme awards the same year. The health tech firm has developed Modius, a headband that stimulates part... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
NI company wins £1m New York deal in data analyticsincluding 11 who will work on the new contract. It employs 90 people in total f
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
including 11 who will work on the new contract. It employs 90 people in total from its base in Queen Street, Belfast. Invest NI chief executive Alastair Hamilton said: "AquaQ Analytics has shown a strong commitment to exporting which is... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ophelia closure of offices and shops could cost Northern Ireland economy £30mfor employees to travel." All AIB, Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank branches we
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
for employees to travel." All AIB, Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank branches were closed across the island of Ireland and Invest NI closed its Belfast headquarters and other offices at noon due to adverse weather conditions. A number of freight... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brewbot avoids winding up order after agreeing deal with creditorscompany secured £1m from a range of investors as part of a round of seed fundin
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
company secured £1m from a range of investors as part of a round of seed funding. It also received £82,000 in funding from Invest NI. Just a small number of Brewbots have been produced, with several having been made above the Ormeau Road bar. A... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
NI-based IT firm opens office in Spain in bid to retain staff after Brexitopens office in Spain in bid to retain staff after Brexit Brendan Monaghan of
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
opens office in Spain in bid to retain staff after Brexit Brendan Monaghan of Neueda (far right) pictured in June with Invest NI head Alastair Hamilton, Ann McGregor, chief executive, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Michelle... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Galway brewery taking over Belfast Brewbot bar on Ormeau Road£1m from a range of investors as part of a round of seed funding. The company
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
£1m from a range of investors as part of a round of seed funding. The company also received £82,000 in funding from Invest NI. It is now unlikely that those who invested around £2,000 on the crowd-funding platform to get their own Brewbot... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dragon hopes to whet appetite for its saucesand development jobs. Dragon Brand Foods has earmarked £500,000 for its expans
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
and development jobs. Dragon Brand Foods has earmarked £500,000 for its expansion project which is being backed by Invest NI with a financial support package totalling nearly £154,000. Paul McGuigan, a director of Dragon Brand Foods said:... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Graham wins road deal in England as it unveils £1m talent growth programmetunnel." The firm won the deal against strong competition from industry rivals
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
tunnel." The firm won the deal against strong competition from industry rivals. Meanwhile, economic development agency Invest NI says it is offering around £300,000 in support towards Graham's new staff programme. The company last week... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast £12m riverside office block with apartments plan for Gasworks sitefor its £18.8m City Centre Investment Fund. The latest attempt to increase top
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
for its £18.8m City Centre Investment Fund. The latest attempt to increase top-end office space in Belfast comes after an Invest NI report warned Northern Ireland could lose out on attracting crucial foreign direct investment due to a lack of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
£22m office development in Belfast City Quays 2 completed in 18 monthsare delighted with the market demand for City Quays office space. Market resear
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
are delighted with the market demand for City Quays office space. Market research and feedback from stakeholders such as Invest NI indicates that there is a shortage of quality grade A office accommodation in Belfast. “This has been borne out by... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Probe criticises 'high risk' Invest NI fund facing £30m loss Comptroller and auditor general Kieran Donnelly September 26 2017 The tax
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Comptroller and auditor general Kieran Donnelly September 26 2017 The taxpayer is expected to lose almost £30m from "high... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Taxpayer expected to take £30m loss on Northern Ireland investment schemeventure capital and loan funds could achieve returns of up to 57% during the sa
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
venture capital and loan funds could achieve returns of up to 57% during the same period. Government jobs creation agency Invest NI launched its Access to Finance initiative in 2009 in a bid to attract private capital where little had previously... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
US cyber firm Anomali takes on Belfast office for 120 new staff From left: Alastair Hamilton, Invest NI chief executive; Hugh Njemanze, Anoma
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
From left: Alastair Hamilton, Invest NI chief executive; Hugh Njemanze, Anomali; and Dr Godfrey Gaston, CSIT operations directort. Photo: Kelvin Boyes/Presseye September 21 2017 US... Read more

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