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Caption: Lisa McCaul (left) and Cara Taylor, both Growth Enablers at Ulster Bank, kick off the major new series of events across Northern Ireland intended to support entrepreneurs.''Press release'20th September 2017''Ulster Bank supporting entrepreneurship across NI with series of Boost events' 'Ulster Bank is further supporting entrepreneurship across Northern Ireland, taking its Boost initiative on the road to eight local areas over the coming months. ''��Boost Bites�" �' a series of free-to-attend growth-focused events �' will cover topics including exporting, leadership and digital marketing.' 'The first event in Ulster Bank�"s Boost Bites roadshow will take place at the Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry, on September 27. A further seven events are scheduled to take place including events in Cookstown, Bangor, Enniskillen, Coleraine, Lisburn, Templepatrick and Newry.' 'Lisa McCaul, Business Growth Enabler for the north of Northern Ireland at Ulster Bank, explains: �SUlster Bank Boost was created t

Prepping the pasture - event for dairy farmers

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UFU policy priorities for beef producers

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Judging underway

Cereal competition prize winners in NE Derry

UFU Watch

Snow fails to deter the competitors at Knockagh

Holly Ross and Dapple win seventies Santa's Sleigh Ride - Photo by Equi-Tog

A February flashback to all the festive fun at Laurel View

Amy Tubman riding Honey in the 1m competition

Excitement mounting at the Baileys Flexi Eventing

Pictured are members of City of Derry YFC with two of the headline acts Michael English and Mike Denver

City of Derry YFC help launch Country Comes to City

From left, Janice Gibson, ASDA peoples champion, Joe McDonald, corporate affairs manager ASDA, with James Speers, YFCU President, and Victoria Ross, Young Farmers member ready to do a bag pack.

YFCU members ready for the big ASDA bag pack

Members of Rathfriland YFC who will perform Widows' Paradise

It’s almost time for lights, camera, action