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Cllr Paul Greenfield, Nicola Wilson, Head of Economic Development, Steven Fullerton, Invest NI, Rick Manso, NI Climbing Frames and Noelle Garvey, Business Engagement Programme Manager with some of the equipment at the Banbridge business.

NI Climbing Frames is tops

A cutting-edge business programme designed to support and grow local micro and small sized enterprises has engaged with over 500 local companies during the last four years and successfully helped create over 100 jobs across the Borough.

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Adam Bingham (left) is presented with his award by Kathryn McIntosh, from sponsors Origin Digital along with joint winner Scott Shaw.

Dromore student, Adam, celebrates Business success

Adam Bingham, from Dromore, is celebrating success after winning a top award at Ulster University Business School. Adam, who has graduated with a BSc Hons in International Travel and Tourism Management was joint winner of the Origin Digital Award for delivering the best group business pitch at the annual Department of Hospitality and Tourism Awards. Professor Una McMahon-Beattie, Head of Department said: “In conjunction with our industry partners, the Department of Hospitality and Tourism is delighted to celebrate and recognise the excellence of our students. We are very proud of their achievements and are confident that with the current growth in the local hospitality and tourism sectors, our graduates are well equipped to take on the challenges of managing and leading in these competitive market environments.”

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