The first annual Business Confidence Survey, released by the Economic Affairs Division of the Cabinet Office, has revealed widespread optimism for the year ahead.
The Isle of Man Government has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Liverpool’s economic development agency, Liverpool Vision, to reinforce the strong relationship between the two locations and endorse the mutual benefits of working together.
The first inspirational speaker line-up for ISLEXPO 2018 has been announced, focusing on this year’s theme, ‘locate’.
ISLEXPO 2018, hosted by the Department for Enterprise, is returning to the Villa Marina on the 16th May with a host of local industry partners on-board to support.
The latest in a series of ships for the bulk carrier giant, Berge Bulk, has been named after the Isle of Man’s famous mountain, Snaefell.
The Department for Enterprise, representatives from the Gambling Supervision Commission and a large delegation from the Isle of Man’s e-Gaming sector will be attending the ICE Totally Gaming event in London from 6-8th February to promote the Isle of Man as a world-class destination for e-Gaming business.
The Department for Enterprise is today (Monday 15th January) introducing further changes to the Island’s work permit system, simplifying the application process and introducing a new register of exempt persons.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry has been presented with two awards at the World Commerce Review 2018 awards, Best Global Aviation Registry and Most Recommended Global Aviation Registry 2018.
Following the 2017 STEP Programme, we spoke to student Zack Geary about his summer project.
The Department for Enterprise, has awarded Manx Telecom as preferred supplier with designated fibre provider status to deliver the Island’s National Broadband Plan, as outlined in the National Telecoms Strategy,...
Digital Isle of Man has commenced the process to choose its preferred supplier to deliver the Island’s National Broadband Plan, outlined in the National Telecoms Strategy.
In October 2018 Tynwald unanimously approved the National Telecoms Strategy which was developed and written by the Department for Enterprise.