TECHNOLOGY

NI Chamber and BT connect for 10th consecutive year 

BT has renewed its partnership with the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the 10th consecutive year.
Ann McGregor (Chief Executive of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and Paul Murnaghan (Regional Director of BT Business in Northern Ireland).

BT has renewed its partnership with the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the 10th consecutive year.

The deal which runs until 2020 will continue the leading communications company’s relationship as NI Chamber’s Official Communications Partner.

BT will support NI Chamber’s key priorities including a number of flagship events such as the President’s Annual Lunch and Banquet.

Ann McGregor, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:

“We are thrilled yet again to have BT, one of Northern Ireland’s leading investors and employers, as NI Chamber’s Communications Partner.  The fact that this relationship has continued for over a decade reflects its success, as together we are committed to growing the Northern Ireland economy.

“Through NI Chamber’s own extensive network, we support a wide range of small, medium and large firms to whom we offer dynamic initiatives, programmes and advice as they seek to take their business to the next level and to markets well beyond Northern Ireland.”

Paul Murnaghan, Regional Director of BT Business in Northern Ireland, said:

“We are delighted to renew our association with the NI Chamber and look forward to working together to promote economic development in Northern Ireland.

“BT is enormously proud to play its part in advancing and developing Northern Ireland’s infrastructure, enhancing our research and innovation capabilities and providing opportunities for the considerable talent that exists here – particularly in the digital sector.

“We share the NI Chamber’s drive and commitment and appreciate its strong and challenging voice on behalf of the business community.”

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