Around Noon takes a bite at expansion with nearly 100 new jobs

A Northern Ireland-based sandwich company is creating 94 jobs due to a major investment.

The BBC reports Newry-based Around Noon, which makes convenience food products such as sandwiches, salads and sushi, has been provided with £592k in funding towards 54 of the new jobs by regional development agency Invest NI.

Around Noon employs 328 people across the UK and Ireland with sites in Newry, Dublin and Slough.

• Comment below on this story. You can also tweet us to tell us your thoughts or share this story with a friend. Our editorial email is [email protected]

Red Diamond headhunts two top health and beauty executives

Carol Mosby of Red Diamond Executive Headhunters has made a double appointment with a health and beauty product manufacturer.

Contracts 20 November 2020

Recruitment drive helps Snakebyte gaming firm expand in UK

Snakebyte, a global supplier of consumer electronics and gaming accessories, has announced plans to expand in the UK market in 2021.

17 November 2020

Gap personnel secures £30m finance from Lloyds Bank

Wrexham-headquartered recruiter gap personnel has secured a £30m invoice finance facility from Lloyds Bank.

Financials 10 November 2020

Good jobs news despite the impending lockdown gloom

As England heads into another lockdown, and the other countries of the UK face similar tough restrictions, Recruiter offers some ‘good job news’ light at the end of the tunnel.

2 November 2020
Top