At Stewarts we have supported and advised local business for over many years. Our client base includes a wide spectrum of manufacturing, retail and professional services businesses. We understand the need for expert but practical advice, below are a list of the services we specialise in:
- Business assets sales and purchases
- Transfer of undertakings
- Business Mergers
- Corporate Finance
- Management Buy Outs
- Share Purchases and Sales
- Banking and Security
- Company Formations
- Company Reorganisations
- Directors Service Agreements
- Joint Ventures
- Limited Liability Partnerships
- Shareholder Agreements
- Terms and Conditions of Business
- Copyright, Patents & Trade Marks
Starting your own business
Starting a new business can be exciting and rewarding, but it is also full of challenges. With commitment, drive, perseverance and support from family and friends you can transform your business idea into.
There are a number of programmes and initiatives available that offer financial help and advice:
Invest NI Regional Start Initiative
Invest NI’s role is to grow the local economy. They will support new and existing businesses that can make the greatest contribution to this growth by helping them to compete internationally. They offer high-quality services, programmes, support and expert advice.
The Regional Start Initiative is a tailored business start-up package that offers advice and support designed to help you start your own business. It’s free and available throughout Northern Ireland. Follow the link below to see what support is available and get details of where you can get help locally.
The Enterprise Programme
The Enterprise programme, run by the Prince’s Trust, helps young people interested in self employment to explore and test their ideas, write plans and start their own businesses, or achieve alternative outcomes in education, training, volunteering or work.
Advantage NI works with clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors and applies its expertise to promote starting a business as a realistic and viable career option to young people aged 16-30. It offers individual, bespoke information, advice and guidance on starting, running and growing a business.
Enterprise Northern Ireland
If you are thinking of starting a business Enterprise Northern Ireland will provide training, business loans and premises for start up businesses.
This organisation helps 16 to 30 year olds to start and develop their own business and hosts a national competition for new business start-ups. Shell LiveWIRE
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