Start-up Retail Space On Offer In Co Antrim

An opportunity has arisen for up to four retail start-ups to locate to Ballymena, Co Antrim.

The business premises have been made available via the Ballymena Business Centre and The Gallaher Trust, a unique opportunity for new firms to avail of low rent retail space.

The incubation premises will be provided within the established Midtown premises located on Church Street Ballymena.

Successful Entrepreneurs will benefit from:
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• high street premises with established footfall

• business support including mentoring and networking

• start-up grant (subject to eligibility)

• subsidised heat, light, WiFi and commercial rates.

Monthly rent starts at £150 plus VAT.

Businesses wishing to be considered for the opportunity should complete the application form online.

Applications will be considered on a first come first served basis.

For more information, contact melanie@ballymenabusiness.co.uk or phone 028 2568 9430.

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