experts gather for north wales business event

pontio bgnw conference

Business-people will get the latest tips and insights from industry experts at a major event in North Wales this week.

Business Growth North Wales – which takes place on Thursday, September 15 – will highlight some of the big opportunities in the region, and how local firms can benefit.

Topics include the Northern Powerhouse, big construction projects, and the proposed Wylfa Newydd power station on Anglesey – which is expected to create major supply chain opportunities.

Industry leaders and academics will also share tips on e-commerce, exporting, tourism, the Irish market, 3D manufacturing, innovation, graphene and university collaboration.

The full-day event is being organised by North Wales Business Council, and held at Bangor University’s Pontio Centre.

“incredibly valuable knowledge”

Business Council chairman Ashley Rogers said: “North Wales is attracting huge investment at the moment, with projects like Wylfa Newydd set to create millions of pounds worth of opportunities for business.

“We want to help companies understand these opportunities, and how they can tap into them.

“We also want to lend insight into things like e-commerce and exporting, and we have some wonderful speakers lined up – genuine thought-leaders with incredibly valuable knowledge to share.”

Leading organisations will also be on hand to share advice and information, including Business Wales, Finance Wales, West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce, NatWest, Airbus, Horizon Nuclear Power and many more.

The event is also being backed by the North Wales Economic Ambition Board.

To find out if tickets are still available, visit the Pontio website or call 01248 382828.

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