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  • The importance of working with specialists: protecting your business when choosing your R&D Tax Credits advisor
    13 February 2019


    Like any marketplace that experiences an increase in demand for services, the number of companies providing ‘professional’ R&D Tax Credit advice has grown significantly. These so-called specialists are offering to provide businesses with R&D Tax Credit advice, but signing up with an inexperienced, unqualified advisor could have damaging consequences for your business. R&D Tax Credits are a valuable source of funding, but to optimise this fully, you must choose your speci...

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    Feb
    2019
    Advertise apprenticeship and school work experience opportunities on Connect to Success NI
    Connect to Success NI is a free online system developed by the Department for the Economy to promote and advertise apprenticeship and school work experience opportunities to citizens. Employers simply upload information about their apprenticeship and/or school work experience opportunities on to the online portal for citizens to search. Connect to Success NI employer benefits Provides you with a direct, easy to manage online platform on which to advertise your apprenticeship and s...

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  • 8

    Feb
    2019
    Analysis for Innovators (A4I) Roadshow 2019 - Belfast
    Do you want to solve an issue that is impacting your productivity andsales?It might be a problem with product reliability, manufacturability/cost ofproduction or product lifetime.Analysis for Innovators (A4I) is focused on helping individual companiessolve such tricky, and perhaps long running, technical problems that affectexisting processes, products or services.A4I is a programme that gives UK businesses, of any size, access tocutting-edge R&D expertise and facilities to help solve analys...

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    Feb
    2019
    Irish Government continues ongoing Brexit planning
    As the next step in our Brexit Contingency Action Plan, the Government today agreed a measure in relation to VAT, to mitigate the cash-flow burden on businesses post Brexit.  It also received an update on arrangements to make necessary infrastructural changes at Ports and Airports.While ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement is still the Government's preferred outcome, this work is the next step in a series of measures that the Government is taking, both nationally and in conjunction with...

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    Feb
    2019
    Top UK Award For Irwin’s Bakery
    Irwin’s Bakery in Portadown has won a major title in the prestigious Food Management Today awards. The company, Northern Ireland’s largest independent bakery, won the award for Best Bakery Product in the annual awards, the results were announced last week in London. The awards are organised by Food Management Today magazine. Irwin’s gained the coveted award for its development and production of a luxury sponge cake for top retailer Spar, also a Food NI member compan...

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  • 5

    Feb
    2019
    Retail NI, Hospitality Ulster and Manufacturing NI Hit Out At Derry-Strabane Council Rates Hike
    Three of Northern Ireland's leading business groups have expressed disappointment at last night’s decision of Derry-Strabane Council to hike business rates by 3.5%. Retail NI, Hospitality Ulster and Manufacturing NI had jointly written to all eleven council Chief Executives urging them to strike a rate at around 0% given the pressures their members are under with paying excessively high rate bills. Retail NI, Hospitality Ulster and Manufacturing NI Chief Executives, Glyn Roberts, Colin N...

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  • 4

    Feb
    2019
    Chemicals EU Exit Stakeholder Event
    HSENI and DAERA will be holding a one-day stakeholder event covering EU Exit and its potential impact on the chemical regimes in a no-deal scenario. The event will be presented by speakers from HSE (GB) and DEFRA and will include information on the Registration Evaluation Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals (REACH), Plant Protection Products (PPP), Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) and Classification Labelling and Packaging (CLP) regimes. It is hoped that there will also be presen...

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  • 30

    Jan
    2019
    Get Ready for Brexit - Specialist workshops
    Invest NI are running a number of Brexit workshops which may be of interest to Manufacturing NI members. At these events you will hear from specialist advisors to help you understand how well-prepared your business is for Brexit. Our workshops will take place in Belfast, Omagh and Templepatrick. At each venue, there will be presentations on the following topics by the specialist advisors to provide you with guidance and advice on: Strategic sourcing covering tariffs and customs cont...

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  • 29

    Jan
    2019
    Manufacturing NI launches their Inaugural ‘Anchor High’ Leadership Summit
    Manufacturing NI looks forward to welcoming Northern Ireland’s leaders in manufacturing at this exclusive event at The Lough Erne Resort on 12th and 13th March.  Hearing from pioneering leaders with experience of industry and beyond, attendees will be challenged, inspired and have their mindset transformed through a series of hands on workshops, insightful keynotes and reflective sessions, gaining insight into new options and models of operation that will redefine...

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  • 28

    Jan
    2019
    Guidance to help businesses and charities continue to comply with data protection law after 29 March.
    If your organisation shares personal data with organisations in the European Economic Area (EEA), you will need to take steps to ensure you continue to comply with data protection laws if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. For UK businesses that only share data within the UK, there will be no change. Personal data refers to any information that can be used to identify a living individual, including a customer’s name, their physical or IP address, or HR functions such as staff working ho...

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