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BDO is a local firm of accountants and business advisors with international reach. Their clients benefit from fresh thinking and practical understanding of the issues they face. Developing strong, personal relationships is at the forefront of BDO's service approach with an emphasis on exceptional client service.
BDO's focus on the hospitality and leisure sector enables them to tailor their wide range of bespoke services and apply skills and knowledge to help clients achieve their objectives. Extensive knowledge of hospitality trends is coupled with many years of practical advisory experience.
BDO's advisory team combines extensive strategic planning, operations, financing advice and taxation expertise- with activities as varied and diverse as their clients demands. Services include business strategy, performance improvement, investment appraisals, deal origination, access to capital, securing third party funding, debt advisory and restructuring, business assurance and audit, property services, tax services, wealth management and HR advisory.
Responding to the Coach Nightclub drinks promotion, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:
“Irresponsible promotions have no place in our industry and we condemn them outright. We believe the imagery associated with this promotion is unacceptable and have referred it to the Independent Complaints Panel for the industry’s Responsible Retailing Code.
Irish News Column, August
By Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster
‘Tourism Tax’ a non-starter warns Hospitality Ulster
Trade NI, Northern Ireland’s largest business coalition, representing Hospitality Ulster, Manufacturing NI and Retail NI, has today met with the Shadow Chancellor, Rt Hon John McDonnell MP, who is visiting Belfast.
Reacting to the news that Julian Smith has been appointed as the new Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Trade NI (the alliance of Hospitality Ulster, Retail NI and Manufacturing NI) in a joint statement commented: