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Launched in 2016, The NHS Clinical Entrepreneurship Programme (CEP) has proven to be a remarkable success in helping innovate and implement new initiatives within the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom (UK).
Northern Ireland’s unrivalled engineering credentials, combined with its UK and European-leading technology credentials makes it an increasingly compelling proposition for governments and companies in the growing defence industry.
We published our 2022/23 performance figures last month which highlighted a successful year of growth and investment, demonstrating our commitment to driving economic prosperity across Northern Ireland.
Every £1 of our assistance contributed towards £7 of investment in the local economy.
To support Northern Ireland companies in China, Invest Northern Ireland undertook several research reports to inform and identify high potential opportunities in the region.
Building a regionally balanced economy requires a partnership approach and we work with a range of organisations to achieve this goal.
Last month we took 10 NI offshore wind supply chain companies and eight key NI renewable energy stakeholders to Marseille.
Jeremy Fitch, Executive Director for Business Growth in Invest Northern Ireland believes it is.
Rachel Sankannawar, Invest Northern Ireland’s Head of Green Economy Development, asks: ‘what is the Green Economy’ and how Northern Ireland can tap into the business opportunities?
The Graduate to Export programme for international marketing students was recently launched. The programme allows Northern Ireland companies to enhance their export capability with a graduate assisting them with a market research project. As part of the programme we will be following the stories of the graduates to get an insight into their experiences.
Invest Northern Ireland is delighted to congratulate Belfast-based biotechnologist, entrepreneur, founder, and owner of Born Maverick Food Innovation, Azhar Murtuza on topping the poll in TechRound’s Top 50 BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) Entrepreneurs Under 50 of 2022.
Invest Northern Ireland’s Supply Chain Resilience and Development Solutions (SCRDS) support launched in April 2021 and is designed to help businesses address supply chain challenges.
This feature examines the developing status of five provinces in South and West China, offering cutting-edge insight into regional developments.
Invest NI showcased Northern Ireland’s world-leading life and health sciences expertise to local and international audiences at trade shows and conferences throughout October 2022.
Africa is now home to several of the world’s fastest growing economies and is becoming a continent to watch, leading the Global Trade and Investment Agenda.
This year, we’re marking 20 years of Invest Northern Ireland.
To further support Northern Ireland companies in China, Invest Northern Ireland has undertaken a series of research projects to inform and identify high potential opportunities in the region.
Deciding to start a business is a big deal…. you need to put yourself and your business idea out there, test the market and then say to the world "this is what I have to offer" and ask customers to literally buy it!