The Latest News from Wrexham Business Professionals

Dynamic Wrexham sees 500 firms created

500 firms created in “dynamic” Wrexham since 2010, Welsh Secretary tells business leaders More than 500 new companies have been set up in Wrexham in the past seven years, it's been revealed. The boom in start-up firms was evidence of the dynamism of the town's economy, according to the Secretary ... more ›

Roads of Castles lead to prosperity

The Roads of Castles in Wonderland lead to prosperity for North Wales Plans have been unveiled for a brand new tourism route created especially for the increasing number of Japanese visitors fuelling the tourism boom in North Wales The Roads of Castles in Wonderland initiative was revealed by Jim Jones, th ... more ›

Princes new ambassador

The Prince of Wales's new business ambassador wants to create a new generation of ethical entrepreneurs. Chris Nott OBE says that working in a responsible way can be good for businesses and is not simply about philanthropy and firms in Wales are already setting an example in adopting good operating practices.  ... more ›

Business group creates confidence for Wrexham

Business group hailed for creating confidence to invest in Wrexham An influential business group helped pave the way for two major economy-boosting projects in Wrexham, it's been revealed. According to Welsh Government Economy Secretary Ken Skates, the work of Wrexham Business Professionals was crucial when decidin ... more ›

New research centre will deliver £4b boost to economy

A new advanced research and manufacturing centre in Flintshire will give the Welsh economy a massive £4 billion boost, according to Economy Secretary Ken Skates. Mr Skates revealed he had approved funding to complete phase one of the development in Deeside which will help secure thousands of aviation jobs.  ... more ›

Business leaders say new hub will be the catalyst for future growth

Ambitious plans for a new innovation hub that's set to create 100 new businesses and more than 250 new jobs will help transform Wrexham's economic prospects. More details will be unveiled by the Welsh Government's Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure, Ken Skates, at the next meeting of Wrexham Business  ... more ›

Agriculture is of growing importance to economy, boss of successful tractor firm will tell business leaders

People should be more aware of the importance of the agriculture sector to the economy in general. That’s the message the boss of a successful Wrexham machinery firm which itself started down on the farm will have for business leaders next month. Paul Reeves, Managing Director of Malpas Tractors, is one o ... more ›

Wales should get as much cash help after Brexit as it did from the European Union, Cabinet Secretary tells business leaders

It's vital that Wales doesn't lose out as a result of Brexit and that we carry on having access to the single market in Europe, according to a leading figure in the Welsh Government. Professor Mark Drakeford, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government, says the same amount of money must continue to co ... more ›

North Wales could help in mission for Britain to produce more of its own food, says entrepreneur

“In North Wales we’re very well served for food producers and I see opportunities everywhere I look." “It's clear to me North Wales could play an important role in helping Britain to produce more of her own food.” Phil’s new Sea Shanty Café on Lon St Ffraid, which he runs ... more ›

Wrexham business leaders first to hear of £150,000 boost for area’s disabled women

Wrexham is to receive a massive funding boost of £150,000 to help encourage more disabled women to take part in sport. The good news was revealed by Jon Morgan, Executive Director of Disability Sport Wales, when he was a keynote speaker at the Christmas gathering of Wrexham Business Professionals (WBP). T ... more ›