NEWSFLASH – COMMERCIAL PREMISES AVAILABLE

We can now release two units and 3 offices in Innovation House…

Female Founders Funding Opportunity!

Techstart Ventures and Women in Business have partnered together…

GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS: NMD ENTERPRISE WEEK 2021

A WEEK OF OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL! This year Enterprise Week is…

LOCAL BUSINESSES OPTIMISTIC ABOUT PROSPECTS AS COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS RELAX

Sixty percent of Small Business Owners in the Newry, Mourne and Down Council area are feeling optimistic about the prospects for their business. That is the headline finding of a Business Confidence survey recently conducted by the Down Business Centre team.  112 local business owners responded to the Local Enterprise Agency’s survey which was conducted on-line earlier in the month.

FUNDING AVAILABLE in Ardglass, Portavogie and Kilkeel

SEA FLAG have opened a new call for funding. The call closes…

DELIVERING CUSTOMER EXCELLENCE

Your customers perception is your reality. Free Webinar Wed…

Grants For Rural Businesses

Rural Micro Business Grant Scheme - Open for Applications   Capital…

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THE FOURTH SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME SUPPORT SCHEME?

If you are self-employed or a member of a partnership that has had a downturn in trade because of coronavirus, you may be eligible in the fourth round of grant funding through the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS).
Innovation Vouchers

INNOVATION VOUCHERS PROGRAMME

30th April is the deadline for applications for the latest Innovation Vouchers programme delivered by Invest Northern Ireland.
Ballysugagh Eggs

BALLYSUGAGH – WHERE HAPPINESS IS EGG SHAPED

Newly returned from living in Australia she had taken up residence in a cottage on her parent’s farm near Saul, Downpatrick.  It was her 26th birthday and when asked what she would like as a present she said “Some hens to help keep the grass down”.  In May 2020, Cliodna took receipt of her gift of 10 hens, and she was hooked.  The following week she decided to buy another 10 to keep the first 10 company and the week after that she bought another 10.  A year later, she’s not only got 200 hens but she’s established a growing free-range egg business ‘Ballysugagh Eggs’.