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Belfast SME’s Creating 55 Jobs in a £4 Million Investment

Belfast SME’s Creating 55 Jobs in a £4 Million Investment
November 03
10:22 2017

Invest Northern Ireland has offered eight companies in Belfast support to collectively create 55 jobs. The companies, from a range of sectors including software, construction, cybersecurity and consumer products are investing over £4million in the local economy.

Welcoming the investments, Moira Loughran, Invest NI’s Eastern Regional Manager, said: “The investments by these ambitious Northern Ireland companies include plans to create 55 jobs which once in place, will generate £1.9 million of additional salaries into the Northern Ireland economy. We have provided these companies with very practical support to take their businesses to the next stage in growth. The close and continued collaboration we have with SME’s in Northern Ireland is clearly generating results for a range of sectors and will deliver significant benefits to the economy in the longer term.”

Cyphra Ltd, Stiona Software, Feisfayre Ltd, Nimbus CS, CD Fairfield, Sensoteq, Cadshare and Hartech Building Services are using Invest NI support to drive business growth. Invest NI has offered the companies £343,000 of support towards the jobs of which 24 are already in place.

“Invest NI is working hard to support companies right across Northern Ireland to create jobs, increase their export strength and drive business growth. Through access to our extensive suite of funding we will continue to ensure that Northern Ireland companies receive the support they need to become more competitive and maximise future growth. This is consistent with our approach of becoming a trusted business partner of choice,” she added.

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Pictured (front, L–R): Idir Boudaoud, Sensoteq; Moira Loughran, Invest NI; and Ross Harbinson, Hartech Building Services; (back, L–R): Philip Davison, CD Fairfield Capital; Kerry Peacock, Feisfayre; Alan McCall, Sensoteq; Paddy Trainor, Cyphra; and Gareth McAllister, Nimbus CS.

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