MFS to facelift Belfast city centre

garfieldstreetMFS is starting work on improving run-down sites within Belfast City centre which have been awarded funding from the Department of the Environment.

The areas to be targeted include a facelift for the run down North Street/ Donegall Street/ Royal Avenue area of Belfast city centre. Environment Minister Mark H Durkan said: “This funding will enhance these areas, removing eyesores in our towns and cities, boosting tourism and helping our economy.”

MFS has completed similar projects in the recent past on Shaftesbury Square and Lisburn Road.

IoD Young Director of the Year…Aidan Flynn

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Aidan Flynn receiving his award from IOD Chairman, Paul Terrington.

At the Merchant Hotel on Friday 29th November, Aidan Flynn was awarded ‘Young Director of the Year’ by the Institute of Directors.

This prestigious award recognised Aidan’s contribution to growing the family business which he has done through strategic decisions regarding markets, organisational structures and no small amount of commercial acumen.

His very hands-on approach is recognised by longstanding clients as a differentiating factor in MFS’s service delivery, retaining a personal approach despite having grown by a factor of 5 and transitioning from an SME towards a Large Company this year in terms of turnover.

MFS amongst LSE top 1000 inspiring companies

 

lse1000MFS is delighted to one of the London Stock Exchange’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’.

 

Their recent report is a celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK. As well as identifying 1,000 companies, the publication examines in detail the opportunities and challenges facing SMEs and looks at the sectors and trends that will shape the future of the UK economy.

 

 The report was compiled and audited by Growth Intelligence, a UK software company specialising in monitoring the real-time data footprint of UK companies. To be considered for inclusion in the report, companies had to meet a range of criteria. These included being UK based, having a turnover of between £6-250 million in the last 12 months and a minimum of three years in operation. Companies had to demonstrate not only a positive growth in revenue over the last four years, but also an increase in employee numbers, workspace, contract wins or patent filings.

 

Household names that made the 1,000 companies include:

 

• Mulberry
• Aardman Animations
• Jack Wills
• Addison Lee
• Cath Kidston
• Moonpig
• Metro Bank
A full searchable database of all of the companies can be found online at www.1000companies.com

 

 

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