More than 110 businesses from across Northern Ireland attended a large-scale Buyer Engagement event with the procurement teams from Transport for London (TfL), Camlin Group and Ryobi in Lagan Valley Island earlier today (Tuesday 19 February).
Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, joined over 100 members of the business community at an NI Chamber business briefing held in partnership with SSE Airtricity at the Merchant Hotel last week (15 February 2019).
Liam Nagle, Chief Executive of leading veterinary pharmaceutical company, Norbrook, addressed guests at a Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) and Danske Bank event on 12 February 2019.
“It is disappointing that we are still unable to proceed with this project, which was already approved by a Permanent Secretary in January 2018 following a rigorous planning process including a public inquiry and a positive recommendation by the Planning Appeals Commission.
Northern Ireland’s provider of Public Transport will demonstrate how it is using the very latest in vehicle technology to drive down energy costs at an event organised by Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) and System Operator for Northern Ireland (SONI) early next month.
Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, in partnership with Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber), is seeking local companies to register for the upcoming Buyer Engagement event, featuring Transport for London (TfL), taking place 19 February 2019 at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn.
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) kicked off their Regional Networking Series today (22 January 2019) sponsored by NIE Networks. The first event, hosted by Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council in Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn, was attended by over 100 members of the local business community and is the first of 5 events due to take place across Northern Ireland throughout 2019.
Responding to the result of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement vote, Ann McGregor, Chief Executive of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber), said:
“The business communities that we represent have always had a diverse range of views on what form the UK’s future relationship with the EU should take, however they do agree on the need to avoid a messy and disorderly Brexit.”