A DAMNING report on Invest NI has been described as being of “no surprise” and “long overdue”. An independent review, led by Sir Michael Lyons, found the economic development agency as having “profound divisions” at the top. The report stated that “relationships at senior levels within Invest NI are damaged and are harming the performance […]
Crust and Crumb to buy new equipment to keep up with ever increasing demand
County gets £13m over five years… while Antrim handed £298m and Down £124m
One year after massive jobs announcement for Enniskillen, questions are being asked.
THERE are positive signs for business in the east of the county.
INVEST NI has come under heavy criticism from a local MLA who says that they are not doing enough to create jobs here. A total of 4, 760 jobs were promoted across the North by Invest NI, excluding start-ups. In Fermanagh, just one job has been promoted by Invest NI in foreign companies in […]
Phil Flanagan has criticised plans to bring Invest NI’s overseas team to Fermanagh saying the county will not be well represented while also accusing the jobs agency of failing to promote the area as a potential investment spot.
IN response to a perceived lack of political action to help save Flynn’s Fine Foods of Roslea, Arlene Foster and her department have hit back in the wake of criticism.
INVEST NI has rebutted a claim by a Fermanagh Sinn Fein councillor that it did not bring enough investors into the county.