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Down Group companies are as follows:-

Moore McKay & English Solicitors

Ruth Murdock

MME LAW lawyers

Michael McKervey: Fresh Interior Design Consultants

Fresh Interiors is a professional and highly skilled Interior design / Architectural practice. Our aim is to create unique and inspiring spaces and exceed client’s expectations.

Fresh Interiors offers innovative Design solutions to enhance client’s business growth. Fresh Interiors provides unique and Be-Spoke Interiors from sketch concept to full site completion and can deliver within any given budget constraint.We offer a FREE initial consultation and can provide you with a spatial plan along with 3D  conceptual  sketches including  full set of construction / Manufacturing drawings to bring your ideas to fruition. We fulfil all statutory requirements: Building Control applications, Planning applications and Alcohol & Entertainment licensing applications. Web Site: www.freshinteriorsni.co.uk   E-mail: michaelmckervey@freshinteriorsni.co.uk


Colin Degan, Project Productions

Corporate Audio Solutions for today’s modern business!

On-Hold Messages with Royal Free music for your telecoms system, to entertain and inform your customers during their call to your business, increasing cross-selling and up-selling opportunities.

In Store Radio solution for the retail and leisure industry. With the clever use of modern technology, now even small retail outlets can have their own branded radio station to entertain and inform their customers during their visit. And remember, if your competitors advertise on local radio stations, by playing local radio ‘in store’, you are effectively advertising for your competitors!

Web Audio | Corporate Video Narration | Budget Radio Advertisements

Professional local Voice Artists, quality audio and music production, writing, audio branding…… In short, let us be the voice and sound of your business!

 

Domingos Ferreira, Quantum Outsource

We provide software solutions, training and support to assist companies improve stock control and manage their warehousing and fulfilment operations. We also help companies integrate their online selling channels through the use of leading technologies.

Email: domingosf@quantumoutsource.com

Tel: 07503 550478

 

Riki Neill

RNN Communications

RNN Communications is an independent, boutique communications agency, where creative communications, solutions and results count! With masses of experience in all-Ireland communications for both global brands and local players; mapping bespoke communication strategies for clients is what we're all about, followed by brilliant execution. From consumer campaigns, to expertise in renewables, food & drink, B-2-B, and corporate communications, we’re here to help companies engage with their audience in the most effective manner, delivering real commercial value.  

Services include: Strategic communications, ideas generation, sponsorship identification and management, brand and product launches, digital communications and crisis management.

W: www.RNNCommunications.com

E: riki@RNNCommunications.com

Tw: @RNNComms

 

See. Sense

Irene McAleese

 

When it was announced that the Giro d’Italia cycle race would pass through Northern Ireland last May, cycling technology company See.Sense seized the opportunity to promote its product. The business, based in Newtownards, in County Down, makes an “intelligent” bicycle light, whose smart sensor means the light is really bright when cyclists are most at risk, such as at a road junction or filtering in traffic. The idea came to bike commuter Philip McAleese after he was injured in a cycling accident and treated in hospital. McAleese, who founded the business with his wife Irene, became determined to find a way for cyclists to be more visible on the road. The McAleeses, who had been living in Singapore, left their corporate careers behind and moved to Northern Ireland to set up See.Sense.

But they still needed to to find a cost-effective way to build brand awareness in the wider cycling market. So they decided to exploit the media attention surrounding the Giro as much as they could, explains Irene McAleese. They created a special-edition pink Corsa Rosa light, and put together a commemorative brochure with the local cycling community. The Northern Ireland Tourist Board gave lights to 100 visiting dignitaries and journalists and Belfast’s lord mayor cycled around the city with his See.Sense light. The business also used content marketing, producing a lighthearted video with a local videographer that went up on their site the day the Giro started. The video, which captures the scenery along the race route, has received more than 5,000 YouTube hits and was widely shared on its social media accounts, reaching more than 80,000 people on Facebook alone. The marketing campaign followed an exciting first year for See.Sense, which was founded in April 2013. They launched the light on Kickstarter in October that year, which was proved a “fantastic vehicle for marketing and PR,” says Irene McAleese. “The response was phenomenal. In eight hours we met our fundraising goal and we went on to sell £33,500 worth of lights in one month. More than 500 people backed it and they have been really really important to us through the whole journey.” Following on from the Kickstarter campaign, the business landed a place with online cycling retailer Chain Reaction Cycles and has entered and won several business competitions, including Best Early-stage company in Northern Ireland at the Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition and Breakthrough Company of the Year at the Invest Northern Ireland Propel Awards.

 

W: www.seesense.cc/

E: irene@seesense.cc

T: 07523 356 990

 

  • Michael McKervey
    Fresh Interior Design Consultants
  • Ruth Murdock
    MooreMckayEnglish Sol
  • Colin Deagan
    Project Productions
  • Domingos Ferreira
    Quantum Outsource
  • Riki Neill
    RNN Communications Ltd
  • Irene McAleese
    See. Sense.
  • Cavan
  • Louth
  • Meath
  • Monaghon