Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has partnered with the Department for the Economy and Enterprise Northern Ireland for a new programme enterprise aimed at boosting jobs and business in the borough.Read More
A personal trainer’s female-only gym studio in Carrickfergus is going from strength to strength after she turned her passion for fitness into a business, with the support of the Go For It ProgrammeRead More
Visitors to the Glens of Antrim Coastal Route are being encouraged to take the road less travelled this summer to discover some of the must-visit tourist attractions in the area, with the launch of a new map by Carrickfergus Enterprise.Read More
The Co-Innovate programme is a cross border research and innovation (R&I) initiative funded under the European INTERREG VA Programme. The programme aims to increase the proportion of SMEs engaged in cross-border research and innovation.Read More
A new programme aimed at boosting tourism businesses in the Glens Coastal area has been launched by Carrickfergus Enterprise with support from partners Causeway Enterprise and Northern Regional CollegeRead More
Carrickfergus Enterprise are delighted to announce the launch of a new programme covering the Glens coastal Route from Ballygally to Ballycastle & Rathlin Island.Read More
A tourism enterprise project has created 25 jobs at businesses along the east Antrim coast.
Backed by the Coastal Communities Fund and led by Carrickfergus Enterprise, the Coastal Tourism Hub project has helped 30 tourism and hospitality entrepreneurs to hone their skills and develop a unified approach to marketing the area’s tourist destinations.
A wide range of local businesses attended the Annual Celebration of Enterprise event hosted by Carrickfergus Enterprise. Attendees included local craft and service businesses, many of whom had been supported through the Business Improvement Programme funded by Mid & East Antrim Borough Council. The event marked the end of the 2016/2017 Programme.
The next generation of businessmen and women in Mid and East Antrim are being invited to get help to turn their business ideas into tangible business plans.Read More
Carrickfergus Enterprise has helped two local college students to secure employment after they successfully completed a digital tourism project, and has called for more businesses to offer work placements to talented young people.Read More
Twelve tourism and hospitality jobs have been created since the establishment of the East Antrim Tourism Hub, a programme led by Carrickfergus Enterprise.Read More
New Year, New Start, have you ever thought about running your own business? If 2017 is the year for you, contact Carrickfergus Enterprise today to find out more about how the Go for it programme can help you do just that!Read More