Wales Export virtual conference will provide new and existing exporters with a range of information and advice on all aspects of exporting and how the Welsh Government can help your business. https://businesswales.gov.wales/news-and-blogs/news/wales-export-virtual-conference
Welsh food and drink manufacturers are being encouraged to take up a free listing in an online directory which allows them to promote their products to buyers in the UK and across the world. https://businesswales.gov.wales/news-and-blogs/news/welsh-food-and-drink-directory
Phone masts will become part of the Shared Rural Network and increase 4G access https://www.business-live.co.uk/economic-development/76-sites-wales-set-4g-19902242
Employment Law Update webinar As per usual it’s been a busy year in realm of employment law with many changes coming in 2021. Are you up to date? Here are just some of the changes you need to be aware of which come into force this year: Brexit and immigrationNational Minimum Wage increasesChanges to IR35 Thursday 4th March 2021, 10am – 11.45am via Zoom To book – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/employment-law-update-2021-tickets-137660176293?aff= Who Should Attend? The webinar is aimed at HR/personnel directors and managers, business owners and those in charge of staff. It is free of charge and is being hosted by Supertemps and S2 Recruitment with guest speakers Simon Bloch and Paul Chamberlain from JMW Solicitors LLP.
On 1 March, the law around where people can smoke in Wales is changing. This means that hospital grounds, school grounds, public playgrounds, and outdoor care settings for children will be required to be smoke-free. It will be an offence to smoke in a smoke-free area and anyone caught breaking the law could face a £100 fine. The legislation will also make changes in the tourism sector. There are currently exemptions that allow smoking in self-contained holiday and temporary accommodation (cottages, caravans, chalets and Airbnb etc.) and for hotels, guesthouses, inns, hostels and members’ clubs to have smoking bedrooms. The new legislation keeps these exemptions, but only for a limited […]
VisitBritain have published the findings from the International Recovery Research on their corporate website on 3 February 2021. The purpose is to provide up-to-date insights on international travel demand and visitor needs as part of a recovery planning. The report provides the results from the first wave of the research, undertaken in December 2020, based on an online survey of potential visitors living in 14 key international markets for the UK. Please follow the link to read the report. https://www.visitbritain.org/node/123858/
The Snowdonia Partnership (SP) has been developing a draft Sustainable Parking and Transport strategy to help improve access and connectivity in the Yr Wyddfa and Ogwen areas of Snowdonia National Park. SP are asking local communities to shape that strategy and help plan and deliver improvements to the important issues of parking, public transport, walking and cycling routes. The closing date for comments is 12:59pm, Sunday 7 March 2021. https://www.snowdonpartnership.co.uk/parkingandtransport
We appreciate that it remains to be an extremely difficult, worrying and complex time for many businesses and individuals across North Wales with the COVID-19 pandemic but please remember that we are here to support you. We continue to monitor the circumstances as they are developing and also continue to engage with MPs and MSs, lobbying on issues on your behalf and making sure your voice is heard. If you have any questions/queries please do not hesitate to contact us, by email (contacts below), social media channels, online chat on the Trade website or phone. Please email email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any issues etc you may have.Please also make […]
We know that right now there is so much uncertainty, it’s hard to plan ahead. However, we can focus on what we are certain of – that North Wales remains a fantastic destination with a lot to offer its visitors. It has got no less beautiful or appealing over the last year and people everywhere are desperate to travel and visit new places. So it’s only a matter of when, and not if, our amazing region will be welcoming them again. In preparation, at North Wales Tourism, we have been working on our marketing plan to support the road to recovery and make sure that North Wales is at the […]
Business Summit covering the latest investments, plans and supports on economic recovery for the North Wales Mersey Dee cross border region. Presentations from the Mersey Dee Alliance, Welsh Government, Cheshire & Warrington LEP, North Wales Economic Ambition Board and Growth Track 360. This free event online Feb 24th 10am to 3 pm includes Q&A and follow up business input. Click here to register today.