Gwynedd Business Week has developed into a major event in the county’s calendar.
Now in its tenth year, the event will be held May 16-20 across a number of venues in Gwynedd.
Celebrating the best of local business, it also offers a great opportunity for local entrepreneurs to network and exchange ideas.
Here's a few highlights from the programme.
This Business Wales workshop will help budding entrepreneurs understand what's needed to start a business, and help you evaluate if you have what it takes to be a success.
By the end of the workshop, you'll be able to assess personal skills, know how to put a basic business plan in place and much more.
Taking advantage of faster broadband speeds and new technologies can be a huge help to businesses – selling more to your customers, improving efficiency and reaching regional, national and global audiences.
Don't miss this valuable opportunity to gain a real insight into the competitive advantage that a faster broadband connection and new technology can bring.
This half-day workshop aims to help you develop your skills and knowledge of tendering for public and private sector contracts.
Covering basic elements of the procurement process, the workshop will focus on how to use e-tendering platforms such as Sell2Wales to submit your tenders successfully.
Be Nesa Llŷn provides interest-free loan funding for people living in Pen Llŷn who want to start a new venture or grow an existing business.
The initiative is completely financed by 11 local business people, offering support to help Pen Llŷn’s young people to succeed in business.
This free workshop is designed to help you understand the new opportunities available to businesses through digital marketing and how you can apply them in your own business.
Attendees will gain insights on topics such as how to develop a website, how to put an effective digital marketing plan in place and how to monitor online activity and maximize results.