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 […]Read more
SAFE Business Forum welcomes all businesses from Sandycroft / Pentre / Hawarden and surrounding areas to join a lively and long-established FREE networking and information sharing event. We are open for business. 12th June 2018 | 8:00am – 10:00am The Boardroom Climbing, Rectors Lane, Pentre, Queensferry, North Wales CH5 2DH Agenda 08:00 Networking and Refreshments 08:30 Welcome from Lynne Wood, […]Read more
SAFE Business Forum brings together the Sandycroft and surrounding area businesses and other professionals every quarter.
The purpose of these meetings is to give a voice to local companies and feedback messages via established channels to the appropriate organisations and local government to ensure the area remains a vibrant and great place for business to grow and prosper.Read more
Presentations were given by Vicki Roskams and Claire Davies from Enbarr Enterprises and Enbarr Foundation followed by a GDPR update from David Jones of Hillyer McKeown. Amanda Holmes from Coleg Cambria updated the audience on the current courses available to SMEs. The SAFE Forum wish to thank Coleg Cambria for their continued support, and Enbarr Enterprises for sponsoring the refreshments. […]Read more
5th Sepetmber 2017 – 08:00am – 10:30am Deeside Enterprise Centre Rowley’s Drive Shotton, CH5 1PP Agenda 08:00 Networking and refreshments 08:30 Adam Butler, Chair of SAFE 08:35 John Morgan, Aquarius Training, Taking people further 09:00 Alun Pritchard, Wales Rally GB 09:10 Business Broadband 09:20 Tony Parry, Procurement 09:30 PC Martin Price, North Wales Police 09:40 Two five minute slots for […]Read more
SAFE Business Forum held a successful meeting at Coleg Cambria, Northop Campus on 20/06/17. 52 delegates attended to hear speakers from Coleg Cambria North Wales Police and Flintshire County Council. Direct Line Communications, based in Shotton have 25 years’ experience supporting businesses with Telephony Solutions. Lynne Wood highlighted How The Internet of Things is impacting positively on business performance but […]Read more
Coleg Cambria would like to inform you of a new project available through European Social Funding (ESF).The £16m Skills for Employers & Employees (SEE) project aims to support employers to build a skilled and adaptable workforce through subsidised training and development. Coleg Cambria is the lead provider of a partnership with Grŵp Llandrillo Menai & WEA YMCA providing training programmes across the […]Read more