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Growth Deal to be discussed at flagship event

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One of North Wales’ flagship events is back this month as Gwynedd Business Week champions organisations big and small in the region.

Running from May 21st to the 25th, the week will be all about showcasing and promoting local business all whilst giving those across the county the opportunity to network.

It begins on the Monday with the Business Breakfast Launch event in Bangor where the hot topic of conversation will be the North Wales Growth Deal. The North Wales Economic Ambition Board’s Iwan Trevor Jones will be the keynote speaker as a member of the EAB and Corporate Director with Gwynedd Council.

With events throughout the week, you can visit workshops and improve your social media and your marketing skills all in the lead up to the main event on Thursday May 24th, when the Gala Dinner is held at the Management Centre, Bangor. As the great and good of business in the county get together they will be celebrating yet another successful year.

 

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At the Gala the award for ‘Gwynedd Business Person of the Year’ will be handed out, with a number of potential winners around the region. Meanwhile the Young Entrepreneur will also be awarded.

In addition Gwynedd Council will acknowledge the success of local companies which have positively contributed to Gwynedd’s economy.

Councillor Ioan Thomas, Gwynedd Council Cabinet Member for Economic Development said:

“The Gwynedd Business Week has developed into a major event for companies across the county. As part of the week, events will be held across the county that will be a chance to celebrate the achievements of the Gwynedd business community as well as opportunities for collaboration and promoting entrepreneurship.

“Throughout the week, events and workshops that will showcase the innovative work being carried out by Gwynedd companies will be held. We  would urge anyone who is interested in business matters, entrepreneurship and the state of the local economy to join us for these events.”

For more information on the business week and how to get involved, click here.

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