Best Start Up Business Award


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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.

A word from the sponsor:
Omagh Enterprise are committed to supporting start-up businesses in the area and we are delighted once again to sponsor the ‘Best Start Up’ category of the Omagh Business Awards. – Omagh Enterprise

Platter Women

Only established in June this year by Lisa McGonigle, Louise Connolly and Fay Oliver, the Platter Women provide bespoke cheese platters for all types of occasions, including weddings, birthdays, christenings, corporate functions and everything inbetween!

The three women aim to take the stress away from party planning. All products used are bought locally. The trio find social media is a helpful tool in marketing their products and service as they regularly post pictures of their delicious platters online.

RMC Electrical & Inspection

Set up in April 2017 by Seskinore man Robert McClintock, RMC Electrical & Inspection provides electrical installation and stock for domestic, commercial and industrial clients. The business currently employs a full-time sales executive, but Robert has ambitious plans to employ at least another four people.

The firm provides a personal, one-to-one approach towards businesses and has seen a steady growth in trade. For Robert, it is all about sustainability. He wants to keep control of his business and its growth.

SkinActive Omagh

A medical facial rejuvenation set up in November 2017 by qualified dentists Julie McCann and Deirdre Haigney, the SkinActive Clinic in Omagh offers aesthetic and corrective solutions for skin rejuvenation radiance. These include anti-wrinkle injections, dermo fillers, medical grade peels, micro needling, Dermalogica light therapy and Dermaplaning.

They see clients come from all over the North and South of Ireland. Currently Deirdre and Julie work in the clinic part-time, but due to demand they are reviewing the hours they can offer.


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 4.30pm on Monday 16th September 2019 and the final deadline is 4.30pm, Wednesday 18th September 2019.

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

If you would like to attend the Omagh Business Awards 2019 contact Bronagh Gormley at Omagh Chamber of Commerce on 028 8224 9494/077 3438 9484 or email

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