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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Explore NI offers local businesses a way to reach customers.

Explore NI has established an online directory to allow businesses in
Ballymoney and throughout Northern Ireland to better communicate with
their customers during the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

This valuable resource comes at tough times for local businesses, many of which have had to closed, or change how they business operates.

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Changes have included businesses providing an online services, restaurant offering ‘meals on wheels’ and food shops providing delivery of goods – to name a few.

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The directory will also be a resource for residents who frequently seek information about the status of the places they shop and now look
to for takeout food options.

A helpful set up guide has been provided to get businesses started in setting up their ExploreNI presence.

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There is no cost to participate, and you can get started below :


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