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Social Bee NI opens ‘She Means Business’

Social Media Consultancy, Social Bee NI, has launched a series of social media workshops aimed to equip female entrepreneurs the Dungannon area with the skills and knowledge needed to drive the online presence of their businesses.

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L-R: Michael McGoldrick, CEO of First Steps Women's Centre; Janice Gibson, Asda Cookstown Community Champion; Yvonne Corbett, Project Manager of First Steps Women's Centre; and Asda Cookstown General Store Manager, Peter Beckett, pictured at the launch of the refurbished centre.

£35,000 donation transforms the First Steps Women’s Centre

Following a donation of £35,000, Asda Cookstown General Store Manager, Peter Beckett, and Asda Cookstown Community Champion, Janice Gibson, were delighted to attend the recent opening of the refurbished First Steps Women’s Centre in Dungannon on behalf of the Asda Foundation.

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Stephanie Gallagher, a Dungannon beauty therapist, who has turned her dream of owning a beauty salon into a reality with the support of the Go For It Programme, in association with Mid Ulster District Council. Pictured with business advisor, Jarlath Anderson.

Go For It provides treatment to success

A Dungannon beauty therapist has turned her dream of owning a beauty salon into a reality with the support of the Go For It Programme, in association with Mid Ulster District Council.

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