St Patricks Festival

Best Dressed Window Competiton – Omagh District Council in conjunction with the Ulster Herald and Omagh Chamber of Commerce have come together to produce a Special St Patrick’s Day Window Competition for local businesses.  The aim is to encourage businesses to embrace the public holiday as a key event in ... Read More

Bank Of England Lunch

Omagh Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to a lunch event which has been kindly sponsored by the Bank of England. Please find full details below. DATE: Friday the 4th March VENUE: Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh TIME: 12.30pm to 2pm SPEAKER: Gillian Anderson, Bank of England Deputy Agent TOPIC: ... Read More

Valentine’s Day Competition

“Omagh Your Story” Launches Valentine’s Day Competition Omagh Chamber of Commerce and Industry launched the Facebook Page “Omagh Your Story” back in November and invited the community of Omagh and further a field to share their stories of Christmas, past and present, by posting them on the Facebook page. Omagh ... Read More

OCCI Leads Social Media Campaign

Omagh Chamber of Commerce is leading a new Social Media Marketing Strategy for Omagh.  The intention is to promote Omagh as a destination for shoppers in the run up to Christmas. The Campaign is a result of a number of meetings held with Town Centre stakeholders and businesses, organised by ... Read More

Annual Christmas Charity Lunch

Omagh Chamber of Commerce & Industry are holding there Annual Christmas Charity Networking Lunch at the Silverbirch Hotel in Omagh on Monday 13th December 2010, 12:30pm to 2:00pm.  Last year 75 people representing the local business community attended the lunch which raised over £600 and dozens of gifts for the ... Read More

Omagh Facebook Christmas

To appear in: Belfast Telegraph  |  From: Friday 29th October  |  Release date: Friday 29th October Omagh Chamber of Commerce Leads Social Media Campaign Facebook Christmas – Omagh Your Story Omagh Chamber of Commerce is leading a new Social Media Marketing Strategy for Omagh.  The intention is to promote Omagh ... Read More

Presidential Address

Omagh Chamber of Commerce and Industry Annual General Meeting 22 June 2010 Presidential Address (Loraine Griffin) I want to thank Gerard O’Hanlon as the outgoing President of Omagh Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Gerard has worked very hard over the past year. I congratulate and thank him for his achievements ... Read More

Black Tie, Red Carpet

This years Omagh Chamber of Commerce ‘Business Person of the Year’ was recently held in Kelly’s Inn, Garvaghey. The  chamber members were treated to a evening of fine dining and entertainment. Here are a few photos from the event. (photos courtesy of Ulster Herald)

Business Person of the Year

Omagh Chamber of Commerce ‘Business Person of the Year 2010‘ Peter McBride of the Spar Group was thrilled to be the recipient of this year’s Omagh Chamber of Commerce ‘Business Person of the Year’ award.  In a missive to the chamber’s President, Gerard O’Hanlon, the Omagh man described the recognition ... Read More

Lisanelly Education Campus

The Lisanelly Education Village proposal is a wonderful opportunity that no other town in the UK has. To have an integrated education facility such as this will create further opportunities for the town centre that must be well thought out to maximise this unique opportunity for the future development of ... Read More

Inward Investment

It is an exciting time for business development in Omagh with a number of competing multi-million pound inward investment proposals currently awaiting planning permission. These have the potential to create thousands of jobs and give the local economy a huge boost not just in the coming years but for generations ... Read More

Health Services

The immediate development of the new £190 million Omagh Area Hospital is a priority for the Chamber. The hospital is a vital piece of infrastructure for the economic growth of the town. We have been in regular contact with the Health Minister and the Developing Better Services team who keep ... Read More

A5 Corridor Project

Omagh businesses are in line for a major boost when the new A5 dual carriageway is constructed. This £850 million investment in the west of the province is a key infrastructure project that will allow through traffic from Dublin to Derry to keep going and not congest the town. But ... Read More


New hotels, business premises, an education village, transport and pedestrian improvements are just some of the major developments earmarked to transform Omagh in the coming years. Much good work has been done for Omagh, people are well disposed towards the region but this momentum must be kept up. Omagh is ... Read More

Omagh Vision 2025

The Omagh: Towards a City Vision for 2025 document is intended to serve as a ‘road map for the future advancement and sustainable development of Omagh.’ It sets out the challenges which must be addressed and identifies what constricts development, and outlines the changes and initiatives over the next decades ... Read More