Business Breakfast Helps Carrickfergus Businesses to Grow

Nov 19, 2004

Stakeholders in Carrickfergus discovered how Invest Northern Ireland can help the area start new businesses and develop existing companies at the recent Invest NI Business Breakfast.

A series of breakfasts in Antrim, Ballymena, Ballymoney, Carrickfergus, Larne and Moyle areas were organised by the North Eastern Local Office to coincide with UK-wide Enterprise Week which ran from the 15th – 21st November 2004.

“The series of business breakfasts was intended to help make stakeholders in the local business community more aware of Invest NI’s full range of support and services - which can be easily accessed through the Local Office Network,” said George McKinney, Manager of the Invest NI North Eastern Local Office. “Assistance from Invest NI can help export focused businesses grow and realise their full potential by providing the appropriate mix of financial and non-financial support.”

For more information on the range of Invest NI services and support visit www.investni.com

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