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Energy Connections NI – a chance to grow your business

2nd December 2013
Companies in the SEED council area have an opportunity later this week to increase their sales and grow their businesses at an event in Cragiavon.

Energy Connections promotes supply chain opportunities for local businesses and representatives from two major renewable energy companies will be at the session. Any business located in the SEED area and from any sector is welcome to attend the free event. The business growth event takes place at Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island and begins at 9am on 6thDecember 2013. The event will feature senior speakers fromB9 Energy Group and SSE Renewables who will outline their current activities and future plans, including potential opportunities for local suppliers.

Amanda Smyth from Newry & Mourne council, which co-ordinates the programme, said that all businesses can benefit from taking part in the Energy Connections programme, and from attending the event this week.

"Working with Invest NI we have identified renewable energy as a growth economic area and the Energy Connections NI programme will assist local SMEs to share the economic opportunity. All businesses can participate and benefit from plumbers and electricians to engineering companies and professional firms like solicitors and accountants. Even local hoteliers and restaurant owners are welcome to come along.

"This event will help people to improve their marketing and presentation skills and hearing directly from the renewable companies will be a major benefit.”

So far more than 60 businesses have signed up for the Energy Connections Programme and they have been assisted in drawing down support to develop a collaborative network, management plans for their company and funding for attendance at tradeshows.

To register for this event or for more information on the Energy Connections programme go to www.energyconnectionsni.com

Energy Connections-NI is an initiative of the SEED councils, and is funded by Invest NI and the European Sustainable Competitiveness Programme for Northern Ireland.
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