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Ulster Bank Boost – Surviving the High Street

August 29 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am BST

Are you a business based on a local High Street, concerned about your future? We understand that the ever-changing face of the local high street and the battle against rates, the internet and the uncertainty of Brexit lead many local businesses to fear their future, or close their doors.

Ulster Bank is delighted to bring the next in our series of 2019 Boost events, ‘Surviving the High Street’, to Portadown. These events will present a panel of local businesses and organisations designed to discuss a range of different issues facing the local high-street, including the experience of some well known retailers, how to make sure your business can be found online to boost footfall through your doors, the benefits of being a member of your local Chamber of Commerce and the support available to you from Retail NI and NI Retail Consortium.

We welcome you to join us on Thursday 29th August in Millennium Court Arts Centre for an informal breakfast, an opportunity to network with your peers and a busy agenda as follows:

8.00 – Breakfast and Networking

8.15 – Q&A Panel - Willard De Barber, Ma Berry's

                                 Owen Matchett, Williams Estate Agents

                                 Glyn Roberts, Retail NI

                                 Aodhan Connolly, NI Retail Consortium

9.00 – How to find your business online - Emma Gribben, Digital by Emma

9.30 – Close


This is the part a series of free local Business events organised by Ulster Bank Boost to provide local businesses with the tools, knowledge and networks to grow. Find us on twitter @carataylorbge #ulsterbankboost or http://www.ulsterbank.co.uk/boost

If you have any questions or require more information, please contact: cara.a.taylor@ulsterbank.com or 07879677553.


Millenium Court Arts Centre
3-5 William Street, Portadown Northern Ireland BT62 3NX United Kingdom


Cara Taylor – Ulster Bank Boost
WhatsApp chat 07868 663 538