Hospitality Ulster has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to scrap Air Passenger Duty with immediate effect. The body has stated that news on the unknown future of Flybe
Reacting to the news that a deal has been tabled by the Secretary of State and Tánaiste to restore devolution, Trade NI (the alliance of Retail NI, Manufacturing NI and
The Northern Ireland commercial property market has finished the year in a much stronger position than anticipated and has once again proven its resilience, according to commercial property agency CBRE.
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) has said that 2020 must see “an end to vague pronouncements, and a renewed focus on the details that matter.” NI
Nigel Birney, Head of Trade Credit at Willis Towers Watson, has said the Northern Ireland economy is showing signs of entering recession and has advised companies, of all sizes, to
Creative entrepreneur and Top 40 Under 40 recipient, Aly Harte, is best known for her unique paintings and the selflessness of her charity work. She understands only too well the
House price growth slowed in November and sales activity was lower than in October, according to results of the monthly RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and Ulster Bank Northern
It’s that time of year again. Christmas trees. Bright lights. Mad dash for those last-minute gifts. Tax exemptions, writes Tom Penman, Tax Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore You see, the