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  • Company Snapshot: Camden Group Ltd. - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    on borrowed funds operating profits have been higher than pre tax profits losses Operating losses in 2011 12 reached 1 3m A part of the capital financing the group is in the form of redeemable cumulative preference shares of nominal value 1 2m The shares earn a dividend of 5 or 60 000 each year From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Company profile 352 Medical By John Simpson 352 Medical is one of three companies providing private sector acute healthcare across Northern Ireland In recent years the range of services provided by 352 has increased But in the most recent financial year revenue has fallen sharply because of changes in Government contracting with external suppliers Mutual Energy has a total turnover of 57 3million By Staff Reporter Mutual Energy Ltd owns three key parts of the Northern Ireland energy infrastructure the Moyle electricity inter connector from Islandmagee to Scotland the natural gas pipeline from Scotland to Ballylumford Company report We take a look at Heatons NI Ltd Heatons NI is a subsidiary of an Irish registered company of the same family name In Northern Ireland the company has grown appreciably in the past decade and has 10 stores here There are over 40 similar stores in the Republic of Ireland Butcher opens sixth Belfast shop as family firm expands By Rachel Martin Young entrepreneur William Corrie is working hard to open his sixth butcher s shop next month Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Butcher opens sixth Belfast shop as family firm expands Company Profiles Company profile 352 Medical Company Profiles Company Snapshot Camden Group Ltd Company Profiles How Lego is helping people on the autistic spectrum build a bright future Company Profiles George Best City Airport Tighter margins and profit loss Company Profiles Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/company-profiles/company-snapshot-camden-group-ltd-29012235.html (2016-02-15)
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  • George Best City Airport: Tighter margins and profit loss - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    hundred people work in and around the airport the number of direct employees by the company is relatively small In 2012 an average of 91 people were employed This was comparable to other recent years The new owners have not been awarded any dividends in recent years Each year capital spending has generally been comparable with the depreciation allowances However in 2012 capital spending of 4 5m was significantly higher than the two preceding years From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Company profile 352 Medical By John Simpson 352 Medical is one of three companies providing private sector acute healthcare across Northern Ireland In recent years the range of services provided by 352 has increased But in the most recent financial year revenue has fallen sharply because of changes in Government contracting with external suppliers Mutual Energy has a total turnover of 57 3million By Staff Reporter Mutual Energy Ltd owns three key parts of the Northern Ireland energy infrastructure the Moyle electricity inter connector from Islandmagee to Scotland the natural gas pipeline from Scotland to Ballylumford Company report We take a look at Heatons NI Ltd Heatons NI is a subsidiary of an Irish registered company of the same family name In Northern Ireland the company has grown appreciably in the past decade and has 10 stores here There are over 40 similar stores in the Republic of Ireland Butcher opens sixth Belfast shop as family firm expands By Rachel Martin Young entrepreneur William Corrie is working hard to open his sixth butcher s shop next month Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Butcher opens sixth Belfast shop as family firm expands Company Profiles Company profile 352 Medical Company Profiles Company Snapshot Camden Group Ltd Company Profiles How Lego is helping people on the autistic spectrum build a bright future Company Profiles George Best City Airport Tighter margins and profit loss Company Profiles Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Translink s apology

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/company-profiles/george-best-city-airport-tighter-margins-and-profit-loss-29706919.html (2016-02-15)
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  • 'Self-belief and determination have carried us through' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    engineering service to sell particularly when you are up against long established players with great reputations and large marketing budgets she says But it really is a case of self belief determination and persistence carrying us through She wears her success very lightly Currently studying for her accountancy qualifications something which brings her back to Queen s every Friday and Saturday Catherine says she wants something to fall back on in case things don t work out I suggest she might consider instead learning Mandarin or Arabic and take Amelio to international markets But caution is best she says It s a rare mix entrepreneurialism and caution yet these are probably the two assets which will secure Amelio s successful future Muddler s Club Belfast Catherine had Mackerel celeriac mustard and apple 5 00 Hake risotto nero red cabage and Alsace 10 00 Almond sponge blackberries and apple 5 00 Joris had Smoked duck apricot and red onion 5 00 Lamb shoulder polenta cavolo nero black olives 10 00 Chocolate mint 5 00 Total 40 00 From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s now the busiest time of year for Liam McBride sales manager at Dillon Bass Working Lunch meets IFA s Oonagh O Reilly Every child man and woman can be part of She admits to having had a baptism of fire in her job as sales and marketing director of the Irish Football Association IFA Former ladies Gaelic football champ Oonagh O Reilly went from zero Northern Ireland matches at the beginning of this year to four in the month Online shopping changed our retail habits forever Alana Coyle of CBRE tells us how The rise of the discounters provided the first signs of things picking up for retail in Northern Ireland But it s unlikely to

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/selfbelief-and-determination-have-carried-us-through-34305761.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Michele Shirlow: 'People are in the food industry here because they love it... food brings people together and they talk about it' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    food specialities of Wales Scotland and regions like Yorkshire but they needed to see for themselves the quirks and qualities of our produce she says They realised that we have a different food culture here as they hadn t understood regional breads traybakes and apple tarts The Great Taste Awards provided another platform for boosting our confidence Moira butcher George McCartney was named a Supreme Champion in the awards programme by the Guild of Fine Food in 2011 an accolade bestowed on now famous meat producer Peter Hannan also located in Moira a year later Punjana maker Thompson Teas has won more Great Taste Awards than any other company in Britain And the food industry is a pleasurable one to be in Michele says People who are doing it are doing it because they love it Food brings people together you only have to watch people coming into our pavilion at the Balmoral Show and watch them talk about what they are doing As for a Death Row meal featuring the best produce from here there d be a wee Shortcross gin distilled near Crossgar Co Down followed by a meal of Peter Hannan salt chamber steak Roy Lyttle s leeks Newtownards Richard Orr s Comber potatoes a Bramley apple pie and creme brulee oh and a cheeseboard with the heel of a Nutty Krust loaf Next week John Mulgrew meets retail specialist Alana Coyle of CBRE in Belfast s Coppi From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light Self belief and determination have carried us through By Joris Minne Northern Ireland likes to think of itself as a good place for business We may be a bit behind the times on matters of equality and social reform and our idea of multiculturalism doesn t go far beyond a mixed The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/michele-shirlow-people-are-in-the-food-industry-here-because-they-love-it-food-brings-people-together-and-they-talk-about-it-34163561.html (2016-02-15)
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  • 'We offer firms and organisations a skilled workforce of willing and capable women' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    It is less rare in Europe and says Lynn we need to look to Europe more in the same way as the Republic of Ireland does Funding for specific projects aimed at creating a more equal playing field and offering opportunities to all genders races and religions is still available in Europe she adds I am surprised at how much less appetite we in Northern Ireland have for European money than say our neighbours in the south Ultimately the mission is a reflection of Women in Business to create a new economy The economy is nowhere nearly as healthy as it could be but how can it get better when it excludes women from participation Lynn asks Of the 359 apprenticeships in the construction and construction crafts programme this year four were women But watch this space as things are about to change James Street South Belfast Lynn had Crab on toast 7 00 Grilled mushroom 7 00 Joris had Warm herring and potato salad 8 50 Pork pie and piccalilli 6 50 French fries 3 00 Sparkling water 4 50 Espresso x 2 4 80 Total 41 30 From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light Self belief and determination have carried us through By Joris Minne Northern Ireland likes to think of itself as a good place for business We may be a bit behind the times on matters of equality and social reform and our idea of multiculturalism doesn t go far beyond a mixed The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s now the busiest time of year for Liam McBride sales manager at Dillon Bass Working Lunch meets IFA s Oonagh O Reilly Every child man and woman can be part of She admits to having had a baptism of fire in her job as sales and marketing director of the Irish Football

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/we-offer-firms-and-organisations-a-skilled-workforce-of-willing-and-capable-women-34143392.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Working Lunch: Johnny Moore of Cathedral Eye Clinic - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    lived in Boston where Johnny obtained a research lab based part of his PhD then spent a year in Birmingham for a final clinical fellowship He won a Duke Elder prize for ophthalmology undergraduates He looks fondly on his medicine studies and his work as an anatomical demonstrator at Queen s presiding over dissections to educate medical students about human anatomy There was something special about working with new medical students who have this desire to change the world and help people From his work with patients he knows all about the life changing effects of laser eye surgery Inevitably I ask why he hasn t had it himself He will soon he assures me Next week Joris Minne meets Lynn Carvill of Women s TEC at James Street South From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light Self belief and determination have carried us through By Joris Minne Northern Ireland likes to think of itself as a good place for business We may be a bit behind the times on matters of equality and social reform and our idea of multiculturalism doesn t go far beyond a mixed The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s now the busiest time of year for Liam McBride sales manager at Dillon Bass Working Lunch meets IFA s Oonagh O Reilly Every child man and woman can be part of She admits to having had a baptism of fire in her job as sales and marketing director of the Irish Football Association IFA Former ladies Gaelic football champ Oonagh O Reilly went from zero Northern Ireland matches at the beginning of this year to four in the month Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map Working Lunch The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/working-lunch-johnny-moore-of-cathedral-eye-clinic-34122841.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Working lunch: 'Packaging gets a bad press, but I wouldn't fancy moving dozens of eggs without it' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    circular economy We take off cuts and discarded products and turn them into packaging which can be recycled again The partnership with Bryson has been a success when materials come in to be recycled from Bryson just 2 is discarded instead of the 15 under previous arrangements The Lurgan base is now part of the core of the Finnish business He sums up the Finnish attitude to business They take a very disciplined and very clear approach You know what is wanted from you and how you should go about those goals And they also have a sense of humour Next week Margaret Canning meets Professor Jonny Moore of Cathedral Eye Clinic From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light Self belief and determination have carried us through By Joris Minne Northern Ireland likes to think of itself as a good place for business We may be a bit behind the times on matters of equality and social reform and our idea of multiculturalism doesn t go far beyond a mixed The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s now the busiest time of year for Liam McBride sales manager at Dillon Bass Working Lunch meets IFA s Oonagh O Reilly Every child man and woman can be part of She admits to having had a baptism of fire in her job as sales and marketing director of the Irish Football Association IFA Former ladies Gaelic football champ Oonagh O Reilly went from zero Northern Ireland matches at the beginning of this year to four in the month Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map Working Lunch The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want Working Lunch Online shopping changed our retail habits forever Alana Coyle of

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/working-lunch-packaging-gets-a-bad-press-but-i-wouldnt-fancy-moving-dozens-of-eggs-without-it-31604081.html (2016-02-15)
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  • John Knapton of the NISP: 'Sales isn't a dirty word, but firms don't spend enough on it' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    can lend expertise in sales and marketing and other areas And he s regretful that there are so few listed companies in Northern Ireland We just have three UTV Kainos and First Derivatives when really the numbers should be in the double figures Springboard aims to help companies succeed but with candour John says You learn as much by failure as by success He joined Arca Technologies which had thrived during the telecoms boom but was floundering by the early 2000s The bubble had burst and I spent a year trying to rescue it but it couldn t deliver product He s adamant that companies need programmes like Springboard to grow and that not all can become successes on their own There s always a need You don t know what you don t know It s like any walk of life if you re not constantly learning you are falling backwards It s a tough love programme but not harsh for its own sake We ll collaborate with anybody but compete with nobody We won t push people towards IPOs or trade sales if it s not right for them Next week Margaret Canning meets Huhtamaki general manager Philip Woolsey The Innovation Centre Canteen Northern Ireland Science Park Margaret had Stuffed mushroom with salad 4 25 Diet Coke 1 30 John had Cottage pie and chips 4 25 Diet Coke 1 30 Total 10 85 From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Working Lunch The Fat Duck was a turning point it put us on the map It s one of our best known artisan food success stories with a string of Great Taste Awards under its belt And after a hectic Christmas with 2 000 rolls of butter sent across to England and Scotland every two days Abernethy Butter s Allison is ready to wind down with a light Self belief and determination have carried us through By Joris Minne Northern Ireland likes to think of itself as a good place for business We may be a bit behind the times on matters of equality and social reform and our idea of multiculturalism doesn t go far beyond a mixed The drinks chief who has a thirst for giving his customers exactly what they want By Margaret Canning With over 40 of the year s sales accounted for in the four weeks before Christmas it s now the busiest time of

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/working-lunch/john-knapton-of-the-nisp-sales-isnt-a-dirty-word-but-firms-dont-spend-enough-on-it-31584834.html (2016-02-15)
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