Tina McKenzie highlights the need for clarity about what the no-deal
Tina McKenzie welcomes positive jobs figures, though sounds a note of caution about the future.
A collaborative event with FSB; Newry Chamber; Newry, Mourne and Down District Council and Newry BID.
Joint statement by 21 Northern Ireland Business organisations and trade bodies
FSB react to devolved funding announcement
Mairaid McMahon urges resolution to impending industrial action affecting MOT centres
Tina McKenzie highlights the importance of small firms being treated fairly and being paid on time.
Brendan Kearney highlights the impact the current MOT backlog is having on small businesses
Roger Pollen comments on the latest jobs figures, which show employment at a record high.
Tina McKenzie outlines the importance of childcare provision to increasing participation in the economy.
Responding to positive employment figures, Tina McKenzie says that they shouldn't be taken for granted as firms face an uncertain landscape.
FSB and Financial Ombudsman team up to raise awareness of the Ombudsman's small business service.
In light of recent employment figures, Tina McKenzie stresses the need for a flexible migration policy
Roger Pollen responds to the announcement of a comprehensive review into business rates
Tina McKenzie welcomes the news that Derry-Londonderry Region City Deal funding has been approved
Roger Pollen calls for a suitable buyer to be found for Bombardier, to protect the local supply chain
Tina McKenzie discusses the announcement of a new talks process and the need for the next Executive to be ambitious about Northern Ireland's prospects
Following a successful Belfast Business Hustings, FSB and Belfast Chamber call for local government to improve the environment for businesses
Tina McKenzie looks ahead to the upcoming local government elections and how councils can help small businesses flourish.
Head of External Affairs Roger Pollen, reacts to the Labour Market Report and Quarterly Employment Survey, both released today