Whether you are starting a business or an established business, a business owner must be open to new opportunities and be committed to developing their skills and knowledge to enhance themselves as entrepreneurs and to support their business growth and sustainability. This can only be achieved through continued learning
Now that the New Year has well and truly started and the resolutions have been made, this is your chance to make at least one of them come true – why not start your own business. If you are contemplating this and just not sure what the next step is then why not come along to our FREE Mind Your Business information clinics and get the support you need to make your resolution come true.
Antrim Enterprise Agency is delighted to welcome Antrim solicitor Laura McKnight to the Board of Trustees. Laura, a qualified solicitor, is owner of LegalAssistNI, a legal consultancy service specialising in the Statutory Registration Scheme for Providers of Publicly Funded Legal Services.
Small businesses in the Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough are encouraged to work smarter and faster by working in the cloud. The latest in Antrim Enterprise Agency’s Business Bites series “Xero Is My Hero” is being held on Wednesday 28th February 2018 at 9am and is aimed at small businesses who want to have a quicker and easier way of doing their books.
Small businesses thrive in every sector of the economy and provide jobs for millions of people. They also generate tremendous amounts of wealth and opportunities for local people in local communities.
Every day technology reaches around the world and increases its grip on industry and the economy. But it also works silently in the background to influence the decisions we make.
- £5.7m lent to 260 SME's in 2016 from NI Small Business Loan Fund [past 3 years NISBLF created £26.5m new sales and 144 new jobs]
- Since 2013 £2.79m lent to start-ups via 479 Start-up Loans
- Our Local Enterprise Agencies have delivered over 13,000 business plans over the past 4 years.
Thinking of starting a business? We provide training, business loans and premises for start up businesses. Local Enterprise Agencies provide premises for over 4,000 businesses. Contact us now and let us help you start up your business idea.
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