Project Fusion dedicates March business month

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A group of young graduates from Dungiven who say they want the best for their town have dedicated March as business month.

‘Project Fusion’ say they are enthusiastic about bringing change to Dungiven and aim to use the “abundance of enthusiastic and talented people who have a genuine interest in enhancing Dungiven”.

They have set out an ambitious programme of events for the rest of the year, including the return of their ‘Live Crib’ in December.

Next month features business clinics “which will provide all local businesses in Dungiven and the surrounding small areas with support, advice and guidance from outsourced expert professionals”.

On Wednesday, March 2, in Dungiven Library at 7.30pm, there will be a session with Alchemy Business Mentoring, offering advice “on any area of business you feel needs inproving”.

On Tuesday, March 8, at 7.30pm in Dungiven library, there will be a session on pensions.

Monday, March 14th, sees a workshop in Dungiven Castle at 7.30pm, from Peter McNicholl on social media.

There are further sessions in March: on the 21st, in Dungiven Castle, from Invest NI, offering advice for anyone considering starting up on their own, and, on the 30th, at Coffee Corner at 7.30pm, where a Women in Business NI session will take place.

For information, contact Project Fusion on Facebook or email