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Seven companies from the North West will travel to the US next month as part of a high-level trade and investment delegation.  Front: Sian McCann, Wild Fuschia Bakehouse; Eibhlin McGuinness, MMG Welding; Rob Rae, Littus Consulting; Ian Friel, Visual Edge. Back:: Gerard Floyd, Humanity Cosmetics; Christopher Reid, Humanity Cosmetics; Francis Burns, Eko Chute.

North West to be represented at US trade mission

The North West’s “cross border location” will be one of the strongest selling points for seven companies across the Derry, Strabane and Donegal council areas that will travel to the US next month as part of a trade and investment delegation.

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Philip McNally

Conduct immigration audit - Brexit advice

Whether the UK exits the EU with or without a deal, UK immigration law is fundamentally changing. It is important for employers to consider how best to ensure continuity in their workforce, writes Philip McNally, Manager, Legal Services, KPMG Ireland.

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Lynn Carvill, chief executive. of Women's Tec

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By Donal Laverty, Consulting Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore on the upcoming CO3 Awards

As part of our ongoing support for organisational transformation and helping organisations to ‘come back stronger’ from the challenges of a modern working environment, we continue to champion the Baker Tilly Mooney Moore and CO3 Award for Leading Organisation Change.

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