Go for It is a business start-up and growth programme funded by your local council and delivered by Local Enterprise Agencies in Northern Ireland. If you're looking to get a business idea off the ground then this is the programme for you.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is celebrating a significant milestone after helping its 500th new business start-up to compile a Go For It Programme business plan.
A Belfast based entrepreneur has seized a golden opportunity to follow her dream of launching her own handcrafted jewellery business thanks to the Go For It Programme, in association with Belfast City Council and North City Business Centre.
Financial incentives of £1,500 are on offer for budding Belfast entrepreneurs to help ‘kick start’ their business, thanks to a new, free programme launched this week by Belfast City Council.
Strabane Enterprise Agency would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to Gerard McElwee, who recently won the ‘Youth 19 Champions Award’ and the ‘Young Business Person of the Year’ at the North West Business Awards.
CIDO, together with their co-sponsors Banbridge District Enterprises Limited and Armagh Business Centre Ltd attended the ABC Business Awards 2019 at the Craigavon Business Centre on 12th June.
Killyhevlin Business Centre The previously vacant NI Water HQ at the Killyhevlin Industrial Estate is now well established as the Killyhevlin Business Centre, home to 29 businesses which have created over 50 jobs. Apart from the tangible evidence of a thriving successful Business Centre, it is useful to reflect, as a learning process, on the decision and perhaps the wider impact of this development on economic development in the area.