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Llandudno IT firm on cloud nine following rapid rise since management buyout

A LEADING IT company is on cloud nine after growing its workforce and increasing turnover every year since a rescue buyout. And things are set to get even better for the team at Risc IT Solutions in Llandudno, as they look to take on three new staff and target a possible acquisition in a bid…

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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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Expansion and relocation for Canary Designs ergonomics agency

A FAST-GROWING ergonomics business is recruiting staff and expanding into new premises. Canary Designs will relocate from Denbigh to St Asaph Business Park in the coming weeks, after a successful start to the year. Managing Director John Lovegrove has carved a path working with giants of the nuclear and aerospace industries, as well as delivering…

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Whisky supremo to headline 20Twenty Business Programme event in Wrexham

THE pioneer of an acclaimed business development programme is to headline an event in Wrexham next week. Professor Brian Morgan will be joined at the 20Twenty Business Growth forum by Stephen Davies, chief executive of the award-winning Penderyn Distillery. Professor Morgan, who specialises in Entrepreneurship at Cardiff Metropolitan University and founded the 20Twenty initiative, will…

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Llandudno designer has high hopes for the future after business awards success

A DESIGNER and marketer has high hopes for the future after a raft of awards success. Max Van Der Heiden, who stands at 6ft 4ins tall, is making a name for himself in the industry with his North Wales agency, Elixir. Despite being just 25, Max has already been in business for three years after…

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Coleg Cambria rises to fifth out of 466 UK colleges for social media

COLEG CAMBRIA proved once again it is at the forefront of digital advances by breaking into the top five of a prestigious social media league table. The award-winning north east Wales institution is now ranked fifth out of 466 UK colleges on Edurank. The website analyses the Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram accounts of all…

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Ambition Board spearheads £56m digital connectivity upgrade for North Wales

THE North Wales Economic Ambition Board is spearheading a £56m project that will revolutionise and enhance digital connectivity across the region. The North Wales Digital Connectivity programme is one of eight forming the North Wales Growth Bid and wider Vision for better infrastructure to support public and private sector growth. Led by the Board –…

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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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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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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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