By now we’re sure you’ve all noticed our rebranding. To keep the image of the company fresh and up to date Cookstown Enterprise has recently completed a rebranding process which provides us with a modern and dynamic new corporate identity. The new logo and colours reflect the values of the organisation which provides a unique package of support services to the micro and small business sector within Cookstown, Mid Ulster and further afield.
A core element of our business is making available for rent business property to accommodate start up and developing businesses. In addition to the head office complex at Derryloran Industrial Estate a range of business premises are available at four other locations locally. Fortunately at present our overall occupancy levels at all locations is almost 100% however commercial, industrial, retail and office accommodation is available on a ‘first come first served’ basis. If you would like to enquire about property contact Mary on 028 8676 3660
We have some exciting developments on the horizon. Our latest property initiative will be launched in early September when Mid Ulster Storage Solutions will be unveiled. A managed compound providing safe and secure ‘lock up’ storage on flexible and competitive terms is currently under construction. If you are interested in finding storage solutions for your business, you can find out more by using the contact page of our website and Mary will update you.
Caroline Creggan Dance School is located at unit 30, here in Cookstown Enterprise Centre Caroline Creggan Dance School is located at unit 30, here in Cookstown Enterprise Centre, a convenient and easily accessible venue for daytime, evening and weekends and accessible parking. The dance school has just entered its fifth year in business offering ballet, tap, modern, lyrical and acro classes to local children. Since the school’s inception, the students have amassed an impressive number of competition awards and a 100% pass rate at examinations.
Caroline herself comes from a strong performance background and is fully qualified by IDTA, BTDA, LAMDA and PTA to teach dance. She is consistently training to be able to offer new dance syllabi to the students and also offers Speech and Drama.
Classes start for children as young as 18 months, where they can wiggle and giggle their way through Melody Bear ballet. This provides excellent exercise and social opportunities for youngsters and as they get older, they can progress into the exam classes or even become competitive dancers at Arts festivals. The dance troupes are often called on to perform at events in the local council area and the dance school is growing from strength-to-strength.
Andrea at Cookstown Enterprise Centre said “The CCDS is an excellent example of how taking the leap into self-employment can be a huge success. There was a substantial market for dance classes in the Cookstown area and Caroline’s experience, as well as her natural warmth with children meant that her business could be established and grow very quickly.”
If you’re thinking of setting up a business in the creative industry, give Andrea a call on 028 8676 3660 or email@example.com for free advice on becoming self employed.
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