Facing Redundancy in 2018? Pave your future career path with the support of Mallusk Enterprise Park.

Mallusk Enterprise Park (MEP) is planning on shaking things up in the New Year with a new team, new opportunities and new workspace offering.

Our newly appointed CEO Emma Garrett is excited about the forthcoming year and the enterprise opportunities ahead. “We have doubled our workforce in the last 3 months and are excited about providing support to grow the indigenous business community in the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council area. It’s time we started to focus on developing our existing businesses to create more employment opportunities for local people.  We have recently appointed a dynamic team of award winning business advisors.  This, together with our extensive workspace offering of 50,000 sq ft and free business incubation mentoring for new tenants will put us on the map as one of the leading Enterprise Agencies.”

Antrim and Newtownabbey Mayor Councillor Paul Hamill says “2018 is certainly the year for a fresh new approach. Following the Bombardier and Schlumberger announcements in October 2017 regarding potential redundancies in the Council area, we have no doubt that the economic climate is very uncertain for local people. We are delighted that MEP is focused on growing the local economy and also creating job opportunities via self-employment.

Make 2018 the year you make the change and #MaketheMove to Mallusk.  Our advisers will be on hand for a self-employment advice clinic on Tuesday 30th January 10am-2pm in MEP reception.  We also welcome enquiries from those interested in premises which can be viewed.  We look forward to seeing you there!


Award winning Business advisers, Colleen McAreavey and Meike White at Mallusk Enterprise Park and CEO Emma Garrett discuss their new initiatives to drive job creation in the Borough in 2018 with local Mayor Councillor Paul Hamill.