North Wales Economic Ambition Board

North Wales is a great place to build a business. It's also a great place to build a career.

If you're looking for opportunities, skills and support to help you move forward, we're here to help.

Growth Track 360

Striving to improve rail and connectivety in North Wales and beyond. 

Growth Bid

The six North Wales Councils have formally submitted a Growth Bid to the UK and Welsh Governments.

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Businesses urged to take Covid-19 impact survey to help shape NWEAB response
THE results of a far-reaching survey launched this week will be the catalyst for plans to spearhead…
BUSINESS, skills and careers organisations in North Wales are supporting workers at risk of unemployment due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
North Wales Economic Ambition Board, the Welsh Government’s Working Wales programme, delivered by…
COUNCILS in North Wales are helping companies in the region access vital business support during the Coronavirus pandemic
Supported by North Wales Economic Ambition Board, the six local authorities in Gwynedd, Wrexham,…
THIS is the team driving the North Wales Vision to boost the economy and create thousands of jobs that will transform the region for generations to come.
Led by director Alwen Williams, the North Wales Economic Ambition Board Programme Office will…
BREAKING down silos and improving the connection between supply and demand in key sectors are among the aims of the new North Wales Skills and Employment Plan.
Those are the words of David Roberts, chair of the North Wales Regional Skills Partnership, who was…
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