Tuesday 12th October 2021
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Digital skills – Future Proofing Jobs and Economy

Over six million people across the UK are in jobs today that will likely not exist by 2030. It may be seen as a threat for our region and young people but, it could also be an opportunity if we develop the right skills today.
Planting the Seeds of Growth for Region’s Agri-food Sector

The north Wales agri-food sector has received a significant boost with approval from the North Wales Economic Ambition Board of the outline business case for a new Rural Economy Hub.
The Ambition Board are walking Miles for Mind

Mental health and wellbeing will come under the spotlight as staff and members of North Wales Economic Ambition Board (Ambition Board) pull on their walking boots in aid of mental health charity, Mind Cymru.
Two Leading Education Institutions Join Forces to Target Recovery

Coleg Cambria and Bangor University will be working closely to develop new strategic pathways and support employers as they build back after a challenging period for all industries.
Bangor University’s Plans to Develop Digital Research Hub

A leading Welsh university has detailed its plan to help bring the latest in digital technology and 5G services to the region as part of a plan to develop North Wales into a centre of excellence for digital signal processing (DSP).
The Potential of Tech Talent in North Wales

The team at North Wales Tech describe themselves as a bunch of like-minded people working in the IT and software development industries in North Wales.

Wrexham Flying Flag for Wales in UK City of Culture 2025

Eight areas longlisted for UK City of Culture 2025 have now been unveiled by Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries.
Prominent Solicitors in North Wales Celebrate 30 Years with Long-standing Law Firm

David Jones has spent three decades with Rhyl and Colwyn Bay-based Edward Hughes Solicitors, which also marked a major anniversary recently – its 70th year in business.
£500k North Wales Low Carbon Projects Given Green Light

The three schemes will be based at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi and pioneer new technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the agriculture sector.
North Wales Village Hall gets Greener Thanks to Windfarm Windfall

A Vale of Clwyd village hall could be the greenest in Wales literally thanks to a windfall from a renewable energy giant.
Steel Specialist Plans Expansion to Mark 10th Anniversary

A North Wales specialist steelwork fabrication company is lining up a major programme of expansion to mark its 10th anniversary.