The Daily Post backs Welsh enterprise.THE Daily Post champions local enterprise and business, promoting the region at every opportunity and helping attract investment and wellpaid, permanent jobs.
As a successful business in its own right, the Daily Post understands the needs of businesses in Wales Wales, Welsh Cymru, western peninsula and political division (principality) of Great Britain (1991 pop. 2,798,200), 8,016 sq mi (20,761 sq km), west of England; politically united with England since 1536. The capital is Cardiff. and the need for minimal government red tape and regulation.
The Daily Post also knows that the economy and future prosperity of the people of North and mid Wales Mid Wales is the name given to the area of Wales between North Wales and South Wales. It borders England via the Welsh Marches to the east and the Irish Sea via Cardigan Bay to the west (West Wales is to the south-west). is in the hands of our business community and its leaders, with whom we have first-rate links.
For the economy to continue to grow and thrive we need to nourish nour·ish
To provide with food or other substances necessary for sustaining life and growth. , attract and keep talent and entrepreneurship which will in turn enable tomorrow's young people to remain in the country of their birth and maintain and safeguard its unique language and culture.
For young people to get a first foot on the housing ladder we know it is essential that the region provide fertile soil for companies to flourish and prosper, offering secure and rewarding skilled jobs with pay at similar levels to every other region of the UK.
To this end the Daily Post continues to lobby local and national political leaders, representing the businesses of all types and sizes. While the Daily Post Achievement Wales Awards - the premier event of its kind in Wales - which has been successfully running for almost 12 years, actively promotes and awards first class management and innovation in the region, recognising eminence eminence /em·i·nence/ (em´i-nens) a projection or boss.
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The Daily Post is the business voice in Wales