CFS – Business Introduction

CFS is a small to medium enterprise (SME) based in the North-West, Ellesmere Port Area. The company has been established for some 12 years with the last 7 years being a limited company when John Thomson was introduced to the business in 2014 as the new Managing Director. Since this time, the business has seen the acquisition of another Facilities […]

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Supporting You across North Wales and beyond!

NorthWalesSocial are very busy supporting and promoting various businesses of various sizes during the regions prolific weekly twitter hour – #NWaleshour – but we always have time to add more.  Countless twitter people join us every Thursday evening for a Big-Hour shoutout to many thousands of onlookers during a Thursday evening from 8-9pm. In the run up to this years […]

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Buckley Business Forum

Dear Flintshire & Buckley Businesses You are formally invited to attend a zoom meeting on Wednesday 15th September at 7.00pm It’s been 3 years since the last bank branch closed in Buckley and we know that the services are missed by many. We also know that our town centre businesses have noticed the drop in footfall which has transferred to […]

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North Wales businesses urged to take note of new Breathing Space law

The Covid-19 crisis has led to a great level of financial distress for individuals across North Wales and beyond, but to help relieve some of this pressure, the Government has introduced new regulation in the form of the Debt Respite Scheme – otherwise referred to as ‘Breathing Space’. The scheme came into force on 4 May 2021 and is designed […]

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“Sustainable economic development in Wales needs a strong national banking sector”

Throughout the world, National Development and Retail Community Banks have proven track records in making a major transformative contribution to their nation’s economic and social development. The growth in establishing NDBs has been substantial in recent decades. Unlike private banks that lend during the boom times and radically reduce their lending during economic crises, these banks lend much more in […]

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Date announced for 2021 DBF Business Exhibition #NWBE21

Organised by DBF (Deeside Business Forum), North Wales Business Exhibition is back again for 2021. It takes place on Wednesday, October 27, 8am-2pm at Coleg Cambria, Connah’s Quay, and delegate booking is open now DBF has a solid background of campaigning for businesses across North Wales and North West England and for bringing businesses together for useful, informative events with […]

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FSG Forum – 11.06.20 / 25.06.20

Post-meeting update:  Please find pre-meeting information and resources shared during the meeting below Agenda 11.00: Mike Joy – Chair of FSG Welcome and format i.e. presentations followed by received questions followed by open questions 11.05: Ian Foster, Health and Safety Specialist – Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK Ltd. – Returning to work strategy to ensure a safe environment – Sharing of […]

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SAFE, CH4 & FGH – Joint Forums’ Virtual Meeting 23.06.20

Post-meeting update:  Please find pre-meeting information and resources shared during the meeting below Provisional Agenda 14.00: Welcome 14.05: Adam Butler, Chair of the SAFE Forum and Managing Partner at HAWK BUTLER Executive Search and Chair of the SAFE Forum 2020 Business Revival – Help and advice to get 2020 back on track and essential strategies to ensure you can cope […]

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My View: Making North Wales the world’s powerhouse for renewable energy technologies

Article via The Leader: https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18532886.view-making-north-wales-worlds-powerhouse-renewable-energy-technologies/ With ASKAR SHEIBANI Chair of DBF & CEO of Comtek Network Systems From vision to reality – making North Wales the world’s powerhouse for renewable energy technologies. North Wales has a long history of power generation. It has already deployed various energy technologies, including nuclear and renewable power infrastructure, all over the region. Unfortunately, the […]

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