Dungannon Enterprise Centre
As the Local Enterprise Agency for South Tyrone in the heart of Northern Ireland, Dungannon Enterprise Centre's primary aim is to:
- Help new businesses start up and
- To encourage existing businesses to expand
Dungannon Enterprise Centre's mission is to encourage the development of local economy through the fostering of the local enterprise culture.
Broadcaster Sarah Travers to speak at Up for Business
"The art of communication is the language of leadership"
Former BBC and UTV broadcaster Sarah Travers will be our guest speaker at Up for Business on Wednesday 1st March, and for anyone interested in learning more about communication and presentation skills in business, this is an ideal opportunity to learn from one of the best.
Sarah and her business partner Camilla Long provide media training, public speaking courses and communications advice through their successful company, Bespoke Communications.
Sarah is best known for her role as news anchor on BBC Northern Ireland. As a BBC TV presenter, she also fronted the weekly Family Focus slot, Lifeline, The Balmoral Show and Children In Need.
After moving from BBC, she presented ‘The Magazine’ lifestyle programme on UTV, Northern Ireland’s commercial TV channel. Sarah is part of the editorial team at Local Women Magazine and teaches journalism at The Verbal Arts School of Journalism.
She is in demand as a business event host in Northern Ireland. At Bespoke Communications, Sarah’s skill is in empowering reluctant communicators to speak confidently in the media and in front of audiences.
If communication is an area in which your business needs improvement or guidance, then this is an event not to be missed.
A light breakfast will be served on the day and there will be an opportunity for networking after the event.
Business Support Programmes
We provide support in many ways depending upon the needs of the entrepreneur, such as:
- Industrial and office workspace units to incubate local businesses
- Low interest loans for start up businesses
- Professional business advice and counselling
- Training on business start up and expansion planning
- Consultancy support in sourcing government support and finance
- Marketing Planning.
So why come to Dungannon Enterprise Centre to start a business? For a start, it is centrally located in Northern Ireland, within 40 minutes of Belfast and 2 hours from Dublin.
It has a strong labour force with particular skills in engineering, food processing and craft work. It boasts to have some of the top education and training establishments in the UK.