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In early June, the Minister for the Economy launch the ‘Trade and Investment for a 10X economy' in which she reflected on Northern Ireland’s rich history as a trading and exporting region, built on the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of its people and set the ambition to apply that spirit with renewed energy and focus as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saleem Haddad, Regional Manager - Saudi Arabia and Levant Region looks at how Northern Ireland companies have the expertise to play a key role in supporting the Kingdom’s efforts to achieve their Vision 2030 ambitions.
Discover what Northern Ireland will be doing at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
Sheethal Rishi, Regional Director- UAE, Bahrain and Oman looks at how the Middle East is a burgeoning technological hub for Northern Irish companies.
Social distancing, travel restrictions, and world-wide lockdowns: In the first of a three-part feature we look at how COVID-19 has impacted traditional face to face selling approaches, and what steps we’ve taken to ensure Northern Ireland companies are still able to promote their products to potential new buyers.
Helping businesses to grow through exporting supports the delivery of a stronger and more sustainable Northern Ireland economy. There is often a chain reaction when a company grows its international reach; with access to new customers comes company expansion, job creation and potentially further innovation to ensure competitiveness.
The COVID-19 Process & Organisational Improvement Grant (POIG) has been developed to provide support to businesses to investigate and implement a range of potential process and operational improvements to help address the impact COVID-19 on the business.
Scott Hanna, Senior Business Development Manager - UAE, Oman, Bahrain, discusses how Northern Ireland, with its international reputation for innovation in food security and pioneering research, is well placed to address the food security gap in the GCC.
From 01 January 2021 NI businesses, large and small, have been adjusting to the new requirements on the movements of goods as a result of exiting the EU. It is vital now, more than ever, that businesses understand and effectively manage their supply chains.
Open to applications from 10am Wednesday 10 March 2020, the COVID-19 Supply Chain Resilience and Development Framework (SCRDF) is designed to help NI businesses improve their supply chains.
Today marks International Women’s Day 2021 and to celebrate the accomplishments of women across Northern Ireland, we take a look at some of the many strong and inspiring female entrepreneurs who are starting businesses, creating jobs and helping to drive economic growth.
Invest NI exhibited at Gulfood 2021 with food and drink companies showcasing a wide range of high-quality food and drink products at the event.
Kevin Holland discusses how Northern Ireland's Life Sciences Industry is rising to the global healthcare challenges.
Following the signing of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (‘TCA’) there are some key changes to the UK’s data protection regime that organisations must be aware of.
Northern Ireland SMEs possess a wealth of home-grown talent and potential across a vast range of sectors. Our ambition is to support these local businesses to thrive and take their business to the next level, while also delivering real benefit to the economy.
Open for applications from 6pm Tuesday 2 February 2021, the COVID-19 Micro-business E-commerce Grant is specifically designed to help micro-business retailers develop their sales online.
Helen Matheson, Invest NI's Regional Director for Qatar & Kuwait shares insights and opportunities in the Qatar region.
In the rapidly changing business environment caused by COVID-19, companies all across Northern Ireland are asking themselves what they need to do to gain an advantage in the marketplace in order to compete and win new business. With this in mind, now more than ever companies are seeking to innovate.