Belfast is a city steeped in history, but which has propelled itself into the 21st century with a huge amount of investment over the last 20 years.
The city is built on the banks of the River Lagan, and is renowned for it's connections to the Titanic, and the H&W shipyard, whose big yellow cranes dominate the city's skyline.
Split into 7 quarters, including the Queen's Quarter which houses Queen's University, and is famous for it's leafy suburban atmosphere, the Titanic Quarter adjacent to Belfast Harbour, where work is ongoing to turn it into one of the largest waterfront developments in Europe, and the Cathedral Quarter which takes it's name from the beautiful St Anne's Cathedral, and which has become known as the cultural hub of the city.
Belfast avails of good transport links, with the city centre just a 10 minute drive from the George Best City Airport, and 25 minutes from Belfast International Airport, which offer flights to a wide range of destinations across the UK and Europe. The city also offers rail connections to Dublin with trains running between the cities several times a day.
A number of global corporations have chosen to invest in Belfast over recent times, and have been attracted to the city both for it's skilled workforce, and it's affordability.
With the emergence of a number of super modern office and co-working spaces in the last few years, there has never been a better time to make Belfast the home for your business.