STATSports (Louth / Newry Mourne & Down)

STATSports provide the world's leading GPS performance monitoring & analysis system in elite sports. Founded in 2008 and based in Newry along the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor which has the advantage of being able to recruit talent from the many universities located along the Corridor. Supported by Newry, Mourne and Down County Council.

Deli Lites (Newry Mourne & Down)

DELI LITES is fulfilling their original vision to bring the best Irish sandwich to the world market. With 300 employees based at Newry, Co. Down. Being located in the middle of the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor has huge benefits in suppling products to customers in the North and South and export hubs. Supported by Newry, Mourne and Down County Council.

PwC (Belfast)

PwC help local businesses expand in export markets and support international businesses to move into Northern Ireland. So it's no surprise that the region has always been an important market for PwC, not only serving local businesses but also as a base for their fastest-growing division. Located along the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor and supported by Belfast City Council.

VRAI (Dublin)

VRAI create data driven VR simulation training for high hazard environments helping large organisations whose activities are risky, remote, or rare to train in a more authentic, memorable & measurable way. Important to the business are close links to universities located along the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor. Supported by Dublin City Council.

Tarasis (Armagh Banbridge Craigavon)

With a robust reputation and proven track record spanning more than 25 years, the businesses within the Tarasis Enterprises suite share the same core mission, vision and values. Strategically led by a multi-disciplinary management team, the vision for Tarasis Enterprises is to always think "beyond business", creating innovative solutions for the future that tackle real social issues including homelessness, healthcare, housing and healthy-aging. In business over 25 years and with a business equally split between the North and South of Ireland. Located at Milford, Co. Armagh along the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor.

Keogh Crisps (Fingal)

Keoghs Farm produce award winning, deliciously fresh Irish potatoes and crisps. Their potatoes are grown on the family farm and Keoghs crisps are handcooked at Oldtown, Co. Dublin. Supported by Fingal County Council.

Norbrook Laboratories (Newry Mourne & Down)

Norbrook Laboratories was established in 1969, in Newry, Northern Ireland. With veterinary products being sold in over 220 countries and 1600 staff at their Newry facility, it is one of the largest, family owned, veterinary pharmaceutical companies in the world. Benefiting from strong connections with universities North and South and less than one hour from Dublin and Belfast international airports. Supported by Newry, Mourne and Down County Council.

Soilse (Louth)

Soilse Candle Company based at Dundalk, Co. Louth produce organic and sustainable soy wax artisan candles. Their location on the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor provides both inspiration from nature and accessibility to markets and suppliers. Supported by Louth County Council.

Hillsborough Castle (Lisburn & Castlereagh)

With 100 acres of stunning gardens, Hillsborough Castle is Northern Ireland's only royal residence and a popular international tourist attraction located on the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor. Proudly supported by Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council.

Taylor’s of Lusk (Fingal)

Taylor's of Lusk are a family-run Irish farm based in Co. Dublin producing local chilli, garlic and swede. Supported by Fingal County Council and benefiting from being located on the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor with easy access to major markets and customers.

Fintru (Belfast)

Founded in December 2013, FinTrU is a multi‐award winning RegTech company in the Financial Services sector that is committed to giving local talent the opportunity to work on the global stage with the largest International Investment Banks and is supported by Belfast City Council.

Aphix (Louth)

Headquartered in Drogheda with employees based along the Dublin-Belfast Economic Corridor, Aphix operates in the rapidly developing B2B digital environment. Their location and the support of Louth County Council has helped them expand globally and they have over seven million users and 20 partners in seven countries.

Linwoods Healthy Foods (Armagh Banbridge Craigavon)

As leaders in Health foods Linwoods aim to enhance the health and wellbeing of all their customers through nutritiously dense, healthy foods using the finest organic quality ingredients and sustainable production methods. Supported by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council. Here they discuss the advantages of being located on the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor.

MoxiLoves (Dublin)

Looking ahead to a very bright future. Dublin based Hair, Skin and Beauty product company Moxiloves is Sustainable, Innovative and Creative. Supported by Dublin City Council and the Local Enterprise Office.

Shortcross Gin (Newry Mourne & Down)

Located at Downpatrick, Co. Down, Rademon Estate Distillery stands proud as Northern Ireland’s first award winning craft distillery and home to Ireland’s Most Awarded Gin, Shortcross Gin, helped by support from Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.

Dromone Engineering (Meath)

From the heart of County Meath Dromone Engineering export their products across the globe and into some of the biggest agriculture and construction markets in the world helped by support from Meath County Council.

Coca Cola HBC (Lisburn & Castlereagh)

With its headquarters in Lisburn, Co Antrim and 750 employees across Ireland, Coca Cola HBC is an excellent example of how long-established companies located along the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor continue to grow helped by support from Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council.