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Launching the 2020 'Business Games Challenge' in Lisburn Castlereagh are: Kevin Madden, Sports Development Officer; Alderman James Tinsley, Chairman of the council's Leisure & Community Wellbeing Committee and Alderman Allan Ewart MBE, Chairman of the council's Development Committee.

Challenge for city businesses

The three stage Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council ‘Business Games Challenge’ is now open for team entries from businesses across the Lisburn Castlereagh area.

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Can you escape Prison Island?

Can you escape Prison Island?

Lisburn businessman Ryan Lyttle is behind a new ‘Crystal Maze style’ entertainment experience on the Boucher Road called Prison Island, which opened its doors at the end of November.

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Pictured with Jenny McNally (left) is Patricia McPolin, Business Advisor with Lisburn Enterprise Organisation on behalf of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council (right) who provided Jenny with expert advice and help with developing a business plan in order to help turn her business idea into a reality.

Entrepreneurs urged to start a new business

The New Year is the perfect time to set goals for the year ahead and Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council is urging local budding entrepreneurs to make starting a business their New Year’s resolution with the support of the Go For It Programme.

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Support for rural businesses

Support for rural businesses

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council has launched the Rural Business Development Grant Pilot Programme, which offers support to rural micro-businesses including service businesses that are often classed as ineligible under other the rural development schemes.

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Local students celebrate success

Local students celebrate success

Dawson Cleland and Lesley Coey, both former pupils from Wallace High School, are celebrating success after winning top awards at the annual Ulster University Business School’s student awards event organised by the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics.

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