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Business good to grow

Redmond McFadden, Head of Danske Banks Derry-Londonderry Finance Centre. Ian Donaghey, President, Causeway Chamber of Commerce; Angela McGowan, Danske Bank Chamber of Commerce;  Mark Hutchinson, Hutchinson Engineering.

Redmond McFadden, Head of Danske Banks Derry-Londonderry Finance Centre. Ian Donaghey, President, Causeway Chamber of Commerce; Angela McGowan, Danske Bank Chamber of Commerce; Mark Hutchinson, Hutchinson Engineering.

Over 100 businesses from the Coleraine area recently attended Danske Bank’s ‘Good to Grow’ breakfast event at the University of Ulster Coleraine, hosted in partnership with the Causeway Chamber of Commerce.

Speaking at the event, Danske Bank Chief Economist Angela McGowan said: “With a number of economic indicators showing that we are finally turning the corner in terms of recovery, now is the time for our local companies to start investing in their businesses. Both business and consumer confidence are now on the up and I would expect this to have a positive impact on economic growth in the months ahead.”

Delegates also heard from Danske Bank customer Mark Hutchinson from Hutchinson Engineering and Head of Danske Bank’s Derry-Londonderry Finance Centre Redmond McFadden, who highlighted how Danske Bank is providing practical and dynamic support for local businesses who are ‘good to grow’. For more information about ‘Good to Grow’ visit danskebank.co.uk/goodtogrow

 

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