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Through our Changing Times campaign we took the opportunity to help you understand the current landscape that we all operate in; the impact of Brexit on trade; how technology is changing how we work and the need to continue to attract the right talent for our businesses.
Follow us on twitter @PwC_NI as we delve further into the questions and options to help your business prepare to be Geared for Growth.
In the second part of our Private Business Awards Finalists’ series, we met Colin McClean from Bob & Berts, who has been nominated for the Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year award. The bright and welcoming chain of coffee shops, which he launched in 2013, delivers local produce across Northern Ireland and is about to take on its biggest challenge yet.
Three Northern Ireland organisations and two individuals have made the shortlist for the eighth annual UK Private Business Awards - in the first one we profile Bryson Recycling
Shnuggle is a Northern Irish company founded by Sinead and Adam Murphy, a husband and wife who saw the need for affordable but beautifully designed baby products.
Senior Adviser Michael Moore explores the political conundrum surrounding the Irish border, and why there is still so much focus on the challenge it represents.
It is well known that businesses which export are more likely to grow. It is therefore always great to hear of export successes for Northern Ireland companies.
Glastry Farm produces luxury dairy ice cream and dairy free sorbets, made fresh on the farm.
Having established a core of local and national business - Environmental Street Furniture (ESF) embarked on an aggressive export policy.
When entering a new foreign market, it can be challenging to give buyers in that country a customer experience that feels familiar and comfortable to them.