by Lisa Bryson, Head of Employment, Eversheds Sutherland, Belfast To paraphrase Mark Twain, many people complain about the weather, but no-one ever seems to do anything about it. Employers handling international
Jane Foy, Senior Manager for Tax at Deloitte in Belfast, explains some of the key changes to be aware of “There are a number of changes to be aware of
The 2018 Grant Thornton Runway Run has been launched in ceremonial style with a water cannon salute signalling that entries are open for the ever-popular event. The Airport Fire appliances
Getting a new business off the ground is dependent on a number of different elements, so an excellent understanding of these is essential before you carry out your company registration.
Six in ten across Northern Ireland believe their standard of living is worse than that of their parents’ generation according to Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland’s ‘State of
InterTradeIreland guides and supports several hundred high growth potential start-up and early stage businesses each year to raise seed or growth equity capital. Equity CrowdFunding has established itself as a
by Maybeth Shaw, BDO Northern Ireland It doesn’t always end well when family businesses play Monopoly together, so too diversifying a family owned trading company by investing in property can have
Running a small business, promoting your brand will be an ongoing journey with many challenges and opportunities; and you may feel dependant on your local customers or under pressure to