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World-leading space technology firm throws weight behind billion-pound North Wales Growth Bid

ONE of the world’s leading space technology firms has thrown its weight behind a Bid to bring a billion pounds of investment into North Wales. Qioptiq, which employs more than 500 staff in Denbighshire, is firmly behind proposals to improve transport links, digital connectivity, land and propertry infrastructure and support for innovative businesses, which all…

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Gracie’s gift for mental health awareness

A STUDENT who began making gifts for friends as a way to alleviate stress and anxiety as a teenager is now running her own business raising awareness of mental health issues. Gracie Sodzi (pictured) struggled with the pressure of exams and mounting coursework while studying for her GCSEs and A levels. By attending counselling and…

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Flint manufacturer shows signs of further growth by enrolling staff on leading 20Twenty programme

AN AWARD-WINNING manufacturer is showing signs of further growth by enrolling staff on a leading business programme. Flint-based isGroup has been creating, manufacturing and installing cutting-edge signage for more than 35 years. Formed by managing director Jane Whitehouse, the company employs up to 30 people and provides solutions for some of the UK’s top organisations,…

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Anglesey asset management firm looks to expand after saving utility giants millions of pounds

A CUTTING-EDGE asset management company saving utility giants tens of millions of pounds every year is looking to expand further. Anglesey-based Probit Consulting has already grown in past months with the support of Colwyn Bay and Bangor’s S2 Recruitment – part of the Supertemps group – who helped them fill a key IT position. Formed…

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Life’s a beach for Falmouth students who launched jewellery business while cleaning up coastline

LIFE’S a beach for three students who launched a jewellery business while cleaning up the Cornwall coastline. Holly Fowler, Lennie Jones and Ming Dawe are second year Entrepreneurship students at Falmouth University. With the support of the University’s Business School, their new venture Zennor Glass has already received a wave of international orders. Using glass…

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Coleg Cambria to hold 24-hour activity relay for NSPCC children’s charity

Coleg Cambria is holding a 24-hour activity relay to raise money for a children’s charity. Beginning on Monday evening with sports such as netball, athletics and rugby, organisers are aiming to not only raise as much money as possible for the NSPCC, but to promote activities which can support mental and physical well being, all…

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First students graduate at £3.5m Coleg Cambria Business School

“You are never too clever and never too old – keep learning.” The words of CEO David Jones rang out as the first 25 students graduated from Coleg Cambria’s £3.5m Business School last night (Thursday). More than 100 people were in attendance for the ceremony, including representatives from some of the region’s top organisations. Among…

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Falmouth University entrepreneurs launch eco-friendly fashion firm

Entrepreneurs are launching an eco-friendly fashion firm that will help cut down the huge amount of fabric wasted globally every year. TeX Textiles with a Difference – part of the Cultivate Cornwall social enterprise – is the brainchild of Falmouth Business School’s Harry Deacon and alumnus, John Lakey During their Entrepreneurship degree the duo came…

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Six North Wales leaders unite behind billion-pound growth vision

COUNCIL leaders have joined forces to promote “one North Wales” as the region aims to secure a £1.3bn growth deal. The leaders of all six local authorities – Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham – are united behind the North Wales Growth Bid. Driven by the North Wales Economic Ambition Board, which consists of…

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Number of mums in paid employment rises 25%

The number of working mums in paid employment has risen by more than 25%. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) found more than three quarters of women aged 25-54 in the UK are in paid work, reaching a record high of 78% last year. In 1975, that figure was just 50%. Sarah Ellwood, a working…

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