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Hundreds of companies benefit from 20Twenty Business Growth Programme

BUSINESSES in North Wales have increased turnover, created a better environment for staff and unveiled expansion plans after managers and bosses took part in a prestigious leadership course. And many of them were at Bangor University for a celebration to mark the successful completion of another 20Twenty Business Growth Programme. More than 1,000 businesses have…

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New recruit and direction for leading jobs agency S2

THE growth of an executive recruitment business continues with the arrival of a new consultant. Just weeks after opening an office at the £20m Menai Science Park on Anglesey, S2 Recruitment has welcomed Jack Such into the fold. The 22 year-old graduated from Salford University with a Marketing degree and worked for a top Manchester…

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Supertemps lays foundations for construction success with new recruits

A RECRUITMENT company has laid the foundations for success in construction employment. Supertemps launched its construction division at the turn of the year and is making strides in helping to meet a surge in demand for skilled workers in the sector. Managing Director Sarah Ellwood has even taken on two new faces to lead the…

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BBC business expert Dr Paul Thomas to headline North Wales leadership programme

ONE of the country’s brightest business minds is among the headline speakers on a popular leadership programme. Dr Paul Thomas will discuss themes including change management, employee engagement, innovation and sustainability with the next CMI Level 5-7 20Twenty Business Growth cohort in Wrexham. The former BBC Wales Business Doctor and chairman of Sport Wales is…

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Recruiter takes on five new faces to meet demand and support expansion plans

FOUR new faces at a rising recruitment company are trained on further success after a stellar start to the year. And they will be joined by yet another key staff member in the coming weeks as award-winning Supertemps continues with its expansion plans. Having announced it will open a base in north east Wales, the…

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Whisky boss unveils expansion plans at 20Twenty business event in Wrexham

A RISING Welsh whisky firm doing a roaring trade the world over is planning to open new sites in Llandudno and Swansea. Speaking at a conference for the acclaimed 20Twenty Business Growth Programme at Holt Lodge in Wrexham, Penderyn Distillery boss Stephen Davies (pictured) revealed the company will be expanding into other areas of the…

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North Wales recruiters Supertemps look east for expansion after taking on new staff

ONE of the region’s top recruitment companies is taking on staff and expanding into NEW territory. Supertemps – based in Bangor and Colwyn Bay – will open a branch in north east Wales later this summer. The decision came as Managing Director Sarah Ellwood employed four new workers and revealed further growth will take place…

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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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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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