Incoherent leadership, duplicating programs for a narrow client base and a focus on distant markets that are unlikely to be profitable are among the criticisms leveled at Invest NI by the economic advisory firm.

Mark O’Connell, executive chairman and founder of Belfast-based OCO Global, said the agency should look to Enterprise Ireland as an example of moving forward.

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