Monthly Archives: December 2016

My Eye – Barry Neilson

With a major seminar on the Skills Gap in Northern Ireland upcoming, Account Executive Jack Gibson profiles one of our expert speakers. Barry Neilson When discussing the skills gap,...

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A Wry Eye – What is the public and why isn’t it confident?

SOMETIMES it is really easy to hate journalists. The sleazy, snooping, nosey type who poke their noses in other people’s affairs – you know the type, don’t you? Pictures...

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My Eye – Joanne Stuart

With a major seminar on the Skills Gap in Northern Ireland upcoming, Account Executive Jack Gibson profiles one of our expert speakers. The skills gap in Northern Ireland is...

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A Wry Eye – Time to Dock

WHEN cast adrift on turbulent seas the wise politician seeks calmer waters and a safe place to dock…unless it happens to be at Strangford. Not content with seeing £400m...

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My Eye – The NI Skills Gap

With the Apprenticeship Levy making headlines, and a major new seminar on skills upcoming in January, Account Executive Jack Gibson focuses on the skills gap in Northern Ireland. Following...

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A Wry Eye – Uncertainty ahead?

WHEN it comes down to it, according to the majority of the Northern Ireland Executive, the economy is key to helping restore the local coffers in every sense. However,...

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