18 January, 2018 · Events

St Patrick's Academy 'Evening of Celebration'

CavanaghKelly are delighted to support the St Patrick’s Academy ‘Evening of Celebration’ and to be part of such a momentous event.

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04 January, 2018 · Company News | Events | Industry News

Raising awareness on Farm Succession tax issues

CavanaghKelly are delighted to continue their involvement in seminars raising awareness of the importance of business planning and risk management in Farming Business. Dates and venues have now been released for seminars being held in January.

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16 November, 2017 · Events

EVENT: All Facts No Noise - Practical Help to Navigate Brexit - Dublin, 5 December

InterTradeIreland, the cross-border trade body is hosting a major event to help businesses gear up for Brexit in Dublin on 5 December 2017.

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15 November, 2017 · Events

SEMINARS: Building Resilience with Business Planning

Seminars focusing on areas impacting on farm businesses have been organised by CAFRE in partnership with Rural Support. They are to be delivered throughout Northern Ireland over the coming months, starting on 28 November at Greenmount Campus, CAFRE. Seminars will be delivered by industry professionals from local Accountancy and Law firms.

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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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16 October, 2017 · Events

Fermanagh Herald Business Awards 2017

In their 6th year, the Fermanagh Herald Business Awards celebrate local business success, in particular those who show initiative, business acumen and a great determination to grow the local economy.

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