Archive For: Chamber News

Effective Low-cost Marketing Seminar

Press Release – 26 October 2011 Marketing Masterclass To Help Omagh Businesses Beat The Recession Forty-seven local small businesses keen to find out how to beat the recession attended an evening seminar on “Effective Marketing” co-hosted by Business in the Community and DARD Rural Enterprise on Thursday 20 October at ... Read More
 

Power NI Business Lunch

Power NI in partnership with Omagh Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to a “Face to Face” business lunch on Thursday 17th November 2011 at 12.00pm to 2pm in the Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh Alan Egner, Business Sales & Marketing Manager from Power NI, sees this event as an ... Read More
 

Minister to address OCCI

Omagh Chamber of Commerce and Industry are to host a Business and Networking Lunch, kindly sponsored by PwC, on Wednesday 13th April in the Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh, from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. The Guest Speaker at the event will be Arlene Foster, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Investment and Dr Esmond ... Read More
 

Irish News Awards

The Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards will this year mark their fifth anniversary – and continue to grow in stature. At the launch the initiative received ministerial endorsement from the Department for Employment and Learning. Minister Danny Kennedy said: “It is encouraging to see that these awards continue to ... Read More
 

OCCI host Bank of England

Omagh Chamber of Commerce and Industry was delighted to provide an Inflation Report briefing by the Bank of England on Friday 4th March. The Bank of England is the central bank for the United Kingdom and its Monetary Policy Committee meets each month to decide on interest rates. The business ... 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
 

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
 

Interconnected

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