Gwyn Evans, FSB North Wales Chair; OPINION.
Byline: Guest writer
North Wales is home to a thriving and diverse business community. From tourism to manufacturing, and from retail to construction, we are home to some of the most innovative and exciting businesses in Wales.
Next week, FSB Wales will host our annual North Wales Policy Conference, in order to discuss the big issues affecting small businesses in North Wales, and hear from the people that are working on business policy for North Wales.
Chaired by BBC Presenter Sian Lloyd, the conference will focus on themes such as fair work and employability, including the work FSB Wales is undertaking on self-employment and the HMP Berwyn rehabilitation programme. We will also hear from two inspirational young people who started their own businesses through support from the Prince's Trust. Other themes include the North Wales Growth Deal and what this means for North West Wales, and innovation and the "missing middle" in North Wales.
This event is your opportunity to discuss and influence the direction of business policy in North Wales. With so many important decisions to be taken in the coming months, which will undoubtedly affect the small business community in North Wales, this conference is your opportunity to hear about policy for our region and also across Wales, as well as influencing the discussion in coming months.
We are pleased that the conference will be hosted at Pontio, Bangor on 12th July. Tickets are free and lunch will be provided.
| To book tickets please contact Mike.Learmond@fsb.org.uk
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Jul 5, 2017|
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