Best Start Up Business Award

Sponsored by Omagh Enterprise

Sponsored by Omagh Enterprise

 

Vote for your favourite nominee by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and following the instructions. Please note: votes do not determine the final winners but help create awareness of the nominee’s shortlisting.


Tim’s Sports Massage

Tim’s Sports Massage opened for business in November at Omagh Enterprise offering in depth and specific sports massage treatments tailored to the individual’s problem area. From the start, Tim was aiming to massage approximately 15 clients per week but has far exceeded that and is currently treating 25 to 30 clients per week.

With an excellent marketing strategy Tim has linked up with many sports clubs and networked at a diversity of sporting events and is also linking up with a local gym. Offering excellent rates including 20% off for most sports teams throughout the year, as well as five star treatment, Tim’s Sports Massage continues to flourish.

 

Omagh Telecoms

Omagh Telecoms Ltd was opened in November 2015 by Darren McFaul and Oisin McCullagh. They provide business and personal mobile contracts, new and refurbished pay and go handsets, accessories and an in-store repair team. They now employ a total of nine staff members and have opened another store in Strabane. Already Omagh Telecoms is renowned for its commitment to customer service and providing solutions that are right for businesses.

With a key focus on providing front of house service with a quick turnaround, this local team creates employment for people from the local area. With the creation of their own products, plans are already in place to expand across the North.

 

The Baravan

The Baravan is a traditional Irish pub on wheels for hire and was set up two years ago by Mark Mooney. It is a fully functional mobile pub designed and decorated like old times gone past, giving its traditional old Irish theme. It can seat 15 inside but the windows fold down and with that they have the capacity to serve up to 150 people. A timeless tribute to old Ireland, The Baravan is being hired throughout the county.

Mark has created a most imaginative business and employs and sources all his products locally. For courage in investing in such an original project, Mark Mooney is a trailblazer with his remarkable ‘Baravan.’

 

Digital 24

Niamh Boyle started as a digital marketing consultant with three clients in June 2015, and due to fast growth now has an addition two full-time staff working in offices in Omagh and Belfast. Digital 24 offers complete digital marketing packages and is totally dedicated to the customer, focusing on return on investment through the wealth of digital marketing experience they have.

She is also an advanced digital marketing mentor and has worked with over 80 businesses so far already surpassing her three year plan target. Niamh’s success is testimony to hard work and determination having also worked for top search engine optimisation companies in Europe and shared her expertise at international events.

 

HOW TO VOTE: Select the relevant tick box below and click vote. By supporting your favourite nominee you are creating additional awareness of their nomination and highlighting their success.

Closing date Public view for the online vote closes at 5pm on Monday 24th April 2017 and the final deadline is 5pm, Friday 28th April 2017.

PLEASE NOTE: votes do not determine the final winners but help create awareness of the nominee’s shortlisting.

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