New 5G Research Centre Launches in North Wales
Welsh Rich List 2019: The North Wales faces and families among the wealthiest in the country – North Wales Live
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The multi-million pound North Wales Growth Deal made progress yesterday with the signing of Heads of Terms by the UK Government, Welsh Government and the North Wales Economic Ambition Board.
When combined with the contributions from partners and the private sector, the Deal is worth more than £1billion to North Wales.
The Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns, Welsh Government Minister for International Relations Eluned Morgan, and the leaders of the North Wales Ambition Board, Councillor Dyfrig Siencyn and Councillor Mark Pritchard all committed to the deal, which sets out the next steps of the multi-million pound project.
The signing, which took place in London yesterday at the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales, demonstrates a commitment by each of the partners to work together for the people and businesses of North Wales, and deliver local projects which will increase opportunity and prosperity in communities across the region.
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Barclays names four North Wales banks they promise not to close for at least two years – North Wales Live
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Export success stories and community champions wanted for Daily Post Business Awards 2019 – North Wales Live
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Business are asked to take “reasonable steps” in advance of Thursday, October 31.
Companies who trade with the European Union (EU) should ensure they have paperwork sorted before the end of October.
In the event of a No-Deal, companies who import or export goods will need to have an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number to continue trading with the EU.
Gwynedd Council Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Councillor Gareth Thomas said: “As a Council, we have been very clear that we believe that Brexit will have a major impact on our communities. However, with time moving on and the UK due to leave the European Union on 31 October as things stand, it is sensible for businesses to be as prepared as possible.
— Read more on www.northwaleschronicle.co.uk/news/17952283.ready-no–deal-businesses-urged/
Penderyn whisky reveals location of new £5m North Wales distillery – North Wales Live
Calling All Leaders in Wales – Are You Daring to Lead?
North Wales Bakery Gears up for Expansion
Plans for Growth at North Wales Law Firm Celebrating 70 Years
Coleg Cambria Going for DofE Gold After Record Breaking Year
Flintshire sign company sees growth after joining Welsh leadership programme
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