Ormeau Baths has marked its official opening by announcing a new partnership with start-up investment fund techstart NI.
Based in a former Victorian Bathhouse in Belfast, Ormeau Baths has been established to be an entrepreneurial campus that helps the brightest and best indigenous tech start-ups gain access to new networks, funding and expertise and give them the tools to flourish in global markets.
Danske Bank today brings Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay that is fast and convenient, to all debit and credit card holders.
Danske Bank has over 300,000 debit and credit cards being actively used across Northern Ireland and OFCOM’s most recent Communications Market Report showed that seven in ten adults (72%) in Northern Ireland now own a smartphone. Apple said in May that Apple Pay transactions in the UK had grown by nearly 300 per cent over the past year. In Northern Ireland, two of the main traditional local banks will...
Deloitte has announced the launch of the 2017/2018 Best Managed Companies Awards Programme in association with new programme sponsor Bank of Ireland. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Best Managed Companies Awards Programme.
One of the primary objectives of the awards programme is to showcase the success of indigenous companies and acknowledge the contribution that this sector makes to the all-island economy.
The 2016/2017 awards saw two Northern Irish companies awarded Best Managed Company status for the first time, Belfast-based technology training company Neueda Consulting and fellow tech firm...
Danske Bank has revised up its 2017 forecast for economic growth in Northern Ireland but also warned that a squeeze on households’ spending power is still likely to slow the rate of growth in the local economy.
The Quarterly Sectoral Forecasts report, published today by Danske Bank, suggests that Northern Ireland’s economy could grow by 1.2 per cent this year and 1.0 per cent in 2018....
Hundreds of cycling commuters joined together this morning for the annual Bike to Work Day breakfast organised by Department for Infrastructure Cycling Unit and Belfast City Council.
Over 300 cyclists were welcomed to City Hall by the Lord Mayor of Belfast Councillor Nuala McAllister.
Bike to Work Day is one of many cycling events taking place during Bike Week, an initiative promoted by the DFI’s Cycling Unit and Travelwise NI to encourage people to take up cycling and enjoy the numerous health, financial and environmental benefits associated with it.
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