flintshire business week 2016

Flintshire Business Week - now one of the biggest events of its kind in the region - returns on Tuesday, September 27 for its 10th anniversary.

This year’s focus is on the growth agenda, with a jam-packed programme of seminars and exhibitions - plus the annual awards ceremony on Friday, October 21.

Here are a few key events taking place over the four days.

business wales tendering presentation

Tuesday, September 27 from 12pm until 1pm

Coleg Cambria - Deeside - Kelsterton Road, Connahs Quay, Deeside CH5 4BR

Let Business Wales talk you through how the public sector buying system works, and what major buyers look for in suppliers.

They'll also cover how to collaborate with other SMEs to bid for larger contracts and help get you started on Sell2Wales, where the majority of the Welsh public sector advertise contract opportunities.

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business agility – increasing your business through outsourcing

Thursday, September 29 from 1pm until 3pm

Coleg Cambria - Deeside - Kelsterton Road, Connahs Quay, Deeside CH5 4BR

Learn how to achieve your business growth goals without over-burdening costs.

You’ll see real-life examples of how businesses have benefited from outsourcing, and learn how creating business agility helps you adapt to changing circumstances - as well as keeping ahead of your competitors and ensuring your business is streamlined and effective.

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regional jobs, apprenticeships and skills conference

Wednesday, September 28 from 5pm until 7pm

De Vere Village Hotel, Ewloe CH5 3YB

This conference includes speakers from North Wales Economic Ambition Board, Flintshire Future Works, Flintshire Council and Coleg Cambria discussing the skills and apprenticeship opportunities available in the region.

Through a series of 20-minute talks, speakers will cover the NWEAB’s Regional Skills and Employment Plan, how Flintshire Future Works could benefit you and your business, why Flintshire County Council is building the foundations for a strong economic future through education, and how Coleg Cambria can provide ongoing support and funding to provide apprenticeships.

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For more info about Flintshire Business Week, which runs from Tuesday, September 27 until Friday, September 30, click here.



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