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Top chef Bryn Williams launches Wales’ first food academy at Coleg Cambria

AWARD-WINNING chef Bryn Williams says teaming up with Coleg Cambria to create a ground-breaking food academy is a recipe for success. Bryn is giving students the opportunity to work and train in his celebrated restaurants, where they will gain invaluable experience alongside the best cooks and kitchen staff in the country. Launched today (Wednesday) at…

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Drink industry giants among headliners at Bangor business conference

BIG names in business will headline one of the year’s top leadership and management conferences. Penderyn Distillery boss Stephen Davies and Mark Boddington – part of the famous Boddington’s beer dynasty and managing director of Silverlining furniture in Wrexham – will be among the speakers at the Business @ Bangor event on November 29. The…

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Stand out from the crowd to attract the top talent

COMPANIES need to sell themselves better in order to attract the best talent and stand out from the crowd. That’s according to Sarah Ellwood, Managing Director of the Supertemps group, who said recruitment marketing must be at the top of the agenda for business owners and managers. Sarah, who is celebrating 20 years with the…

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Recruiter reflects on 20 years in business

FROM a single phone line and fax machine to the digital advances of today, Sarah Ellwood has seen it all in her 20 years with Supertemps. Sarah celebrates two decades with the Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based recruitment firm this week, having joined in the late 1990s when the company ran from a dining room table…

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Coleg Cambria pumps £400m a year into economy

AN award-winning college contributes more than £400m a year to the economy and has supported hundreds of businesses through a series of major development projects. In the last two years alone, Coleg Cambria has opened £40million of new buildings in north east Wales, creating hundreds of temporary jobs and boosting the local construction sector. The…

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Supertemps to host free law workshops

Businesses and HR bosses can find out about the pitfalls of employment law at a series of free seminars. Recruitment leaders Supertemps have joined forces with Manchester-based JMW Solicitors to hold events across March and April. The group – which has offices in Colwyn Bay and Bangor – will give those in attendance an overview…

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20Twenty takes business to ‘a different level’

A FLAGSHIP leadership and management programme backed by European funding and the Welsh Government has taken businesses to “a different level”. Collin Singer, Managing Director of international dog training specialists Wagtail UK, was among those to laud the popular 20Twenty Business Growth Programme. Targeting companies, small enterprises and entrepreneurs in Flintshire, Wrexham and Powys, the…

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New week of events to celebrate women in business

LEADING lights in sport will headline a landmark week of events celebrating entrepreneurial women – the first of its kind in the UK. The inaugural Women in Business Week will run over five days from March 5 at venues across Conwy county. Hosted by Network She, guest speakers include rally driver Jade Paveley, football referee…

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Time to Be Above It – Welcome to Radar PR

Launching a PR agency at 40 years old, what was I thinking? I’ll tell you exactly what I was thinking: “If I don’t do it now I never will”. So the wheels are in motion, we are in business. We being me. The business being Radar PR. As a prolific over-thinker the inconsistent nature of…

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200 year-old family cream set to hit the shelves

An organic healing cream passed down by members of an Anglesey family for 200 years is about to hit the shelves. Eliawen lotion has been distributed across the island for generations, but never taken to market – until now. Ianto Jones, 50, has been working behind the scenes for five years, developing the cream with…

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