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06 December, 2017 · Company News

Are you digitally engaged?

Digital change is happening everywhere. The challenge for many companies is how to engage with customers and clients in a way that continues to deliver value.

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23 November, 2017 · Company News | Industry News

Autumn Budget 2017 Summary

Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his first Autumn Budget on 22 November 2017 but there was nothing new or radical included in this budget.  The key announcement was abolishing stamp duty for first time buyers.  Headlines for Northern Ireland included an extra £660 million added to the Northern Ireland Executive's Budget as well as a continuing commitment to giving the Northern Ireland Executive the power to set corporation tax rate once a restored Executive demonstrates its fiscal sustainability.

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15 November, 2017 · Company News | Events

CavanaghKelly pleased to be working with Rural Support on 'Building Business with Business Planning' seminars

As part of the Farm Family Key Skills (FFKS) initiative being managed by CAFRE, a number of Business Planning seminars are to be held across Northern Ireland, to address the needs of farmers, farm family members and farm employees to increase their levels of knowledge and awareness in business planning and risk management.

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14 November, 2017 · Company News

InterTradeIreland Brexit Advisory Service Provider

As an InterTradeIreland Brexit Advisory Service Provider, we are dedicated to helping you as you start planning for the impact Brexit may have on your business.

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13 November, 2017 · Company News | Industry News

BREXIT - 'Start to Plan' Service Vouchers available for advice and support worth up to £2,000 / €2,000

InterTradeIreland are currently offering 100% financial support up to £2,000 / €2,000 (inclusive of VAT) towards professional advice in relation to Brexit matters.

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18 October, 2016 · Company News

Ulster Bank Loan Sales

Following the further disposal of the most recent tranche of Ulster Banks "non-performing debts" by Ulster Bank to Cerberus Capital Management it is likely that you or someone you know has been affected by these transactions. This tranche was previously non-performing agricultural debt with the majority of the debt Republic of Ireland based.

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