If you are looking for the best storage Bangor has to offer for your business, then you will also be interested in the latest news from the North Wales Business Growth Project.
The initiative started six months ago, and aims to provide training to local private companies in finance, marketing and management. Successful applicants will get up to 70 per cent towards the cost of their training, as part of a £2.8 million EU funding package for the region.
There are various strands to the scheme, which includes the North Wales Young Talent Academy, which it is hoped will improve succession planning in the workplace.
Over 1,000 local employees are expected to get university-accredited qualifications over the next three years, despite the decision to leave the EU which provided the funding for the scheme. It was originally launched last year by Welsh Government Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford.
Already, the scheme is highly regarded with Professor Chris Jones , Head of North Wales Business School at Wrexham Glyndŵr saying the project will make a difference to the local economy.
“We are offering the unique opportunity for every business in North Wales to get the up-skilling their company needs to grow, not as part of a rigid programme of learning, half of which may be irrelevant to them,” he said to the Daily Post.
Andrea Hall, NWBA Business Development Associate and also part of the scheme said that it was building momentum as well as gathering interest from different parts of the local economy.