As part of our Energy Connections programme of business support, we are inviting companies located in the SEED area to come along to an event on Friday 6th December, 9am in Lough Neagh Discovery Centre atOxford island. That means you if you are based in Ards,Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon, Down or Newry & Mourne council areas.
We will be joined by David Surplus from B9 Energy Group and also a senior speaker from SSE Renewables. David will speak about current business opportunities his company can offer and what he perceives as the potential growth areas. SSE recently opened a new wind park at Glenconway, in the course of which the company procured £36m of services from NI businesses. Brendan Mulgrew from MW Advocate, a specialist communications company will deliver a presentation on how a business should prepare for upcoming ‘meet the buyer’ events.
This is a very useful opportunity to learn first hand the basis on which large companies make decisions on their supply chain.
Energy Connections NI is about helping local businesses develop new leads in the renewable energy market. Supply chain opportunities exist for businesses across ALL sectors including those operating in:
Consultancy and professional services including accountancy, legal
Accommodation, catering providers and many more.
The programme is an initiative of the Councils within the SEED area, part funded by Invest NI and the European Regional Development Fund under the Sustainable Competitiveness Programme forNorthern Ireland.
Your business can experience direct growth if you plug into our programme. Please register to attend and feel free to pass this information on to any other companies who may be interested.
For more information about Energy Connections NI or to register