The Council’s Economic Development team acts as a First Stop Shop - a gateway for local assistance, providing advice to businesses and the community in general as well as supporting the main government economic support agencies.
The Digital Surge Programme will help you discover where advanced technologies can take your business ... and how to get there.
The ASK programme provides 1-1 mentoring for new start-up or existing businesses, with a registered business address in the Council area.
The LEAN business network is an exciting business forum designed to help local business people meet and develop their business contacts.
Are you considering starting up a social Enterprise business or are already trading and want some assistance? Then the social Enterprise Programme can support you on this journey.
A broadband intervention scheme managed by the Department for the Economy (DfE), developed to improve connectivity for premises unable to access broadband services of at least 30 Megabits per second.
Offering businesses in the Borough the opportunity to apply for financial assistance in response to the current labour market shortages in the Transport and Logistics Sector.
Sign up to keep informed of initiatives, improvements, events and support available for your local business.
Antrim and Newtownabbey Food Business Operators
Showcasing Opportunity - Balmoral Show 2023
The LEAN Business Network is an exciting business forum designed to help local business people meet and develop their business contacts. It also fosters opportunities, facilitates business growth and development through networking and the dissemination of best practice information.
Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Alderman Stephen Ross welcomed...
The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Alderman Stephen Ross, has...
Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey calls on businesses in Three M...
The regeneration plans for Glengormley have received a further ...
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