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Campbell Urges Public to attend Events Planned for Enterprise Week

Published: 6 November, 2017

West Tyrone Sinn Féin Councillor Glenn Campbell, has urged members of the public to attend a series of events across Tyrone and Fermanagh, as part of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council's Enterprise Week, running from 6th - 10th November.

West Tyrone Sinn Féin Councillor Glenn Campbell, has urged members of the public to attend a series of events across Tyrone and Fermanagh, as part of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council's Enterprise Week, running from 6th - 10th November.

West Tyrone Sinn Féin Councillor Glenn Campbell, has urged members of the public to attend a series of events across Tyrone and Fermanagh, as part of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council's Enterprise Week, running from 6th - 10th November.

The programme for all events can be downloaded from the Council's website at the following Web address:

http://www.fermanaghomagh.com/business-services/fermanagh-omagh-district-council-enterprise-week/

Throughout this week, the Council along with other key stakeholders, including Omagh Enterprise Company, has organised a number of free business support events across the district.

Councillor Campbell, who is a board member of Omagh Enterprise Company, said there are a number of local businesses involved in supporting Enterprise Week and he urged anyone interested in starting or further developing a business to attend an event near them.

"There are no shortage of business success stories in Tyrone and Fermanagh, and it is great to see local businesses and entrepreneurs engaging with Enterprise Week, opening their doors and sharing their experience.

Urging people to engage with the organised events, Cllr Campbell said,

"I would urge anyone who is interested in starting or growing their own business to make time this week to attend an event near them. I would also advise that organisations such as Omagh Enterprise Company and Fermanagh Enterprise Ltd always have their doors open to anyone seeking business support.

Concluding, Cllr Campbell said,

"In my work as an FE/HE Lecturer, I am always impressed by the entrepreneurial awareness of the students I meet on a daily basis. There is a lot of business support available all year round and I hope that many will take their first steps towards running their own business in 2018."

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