Business: Bank of Ireland Enterprise Week

by • November 19, 2015 • BusinessComments (0)655

Bank of Ireland UK’s Enterprise Week (13-20th November) is once again giving local businesses the opportunity to showcase their goods and services and boost their sales as branches across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland open their doors to both customers and non-customers for Show Your Business. The bi-annual Show Your Business event will take place as part of the Bank¹s commitment to supporting small to medium sized businesses in every sector across Northern Ireland and to promote cross-border opportunities.

This year, Bank of Ireland UK is also providing prime retail space in Belfast¹s CastleCourt Shopping Centre from today (Wednesday 18th November to Saturday 21st November), to 20 small businesses to create a Christmas pop-up shop. One of those businesses taking part is Skinny Malinkys, a cold pressed raw juice business started by Paula Heaney in 2013.

Skinny Malinkys is Northern Ireland’s leading cold-pressed juice company specialising in making healthy, nourishing juices in 3 main flavours; Lean Green Detoxifying Machine; Full Body Boost; Carrot Kick Start ­ designed to enjoy as part of a juice cleanse or simply to drink on the go. Each juice provides 2 of your recommended 5 daily portions of fresh fruit and vegetables. Paula began the business by delivering the fresh juices within a 3 mile radius of her base at the Titanic Quarter in Belfast but now delivers to the UK and Ireland. Pictured is Sean Sheehan, Regional Director, NI Consumer and Small Business, Bank of Ireland UK with Paula Heaney, founder of Skinny Malinkys who will be showcasing her products at the Show Your Business Christmas Pop-up at CastleCourt Belfast as well as the Bank of Ireland College Green branch in the Republic of Ireland.

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