The annual list of North Wales’ fastest growing firms is out and it makes for some interesting reading.
In at number one is the Tir Prince Leisure Group, which owns Llandudno Pier among other assets, after seeing its turnover increase by 170 per cent between 2014 and 2016. The Daily Post revealed that in the Wales-wide list it came in at number 18.
Other attractions owned by the firm include the Tir Prince Raceway and Fun Factory Family Entertainment Centres in Towyn.
Adam Williams, the company’s owner, said they were surprised to win in North Wales, but very pleased with the business’ performance and congratulated staff on their efforts to get the company to where it is now.
However, just because it has topped the list of the region’s fastest growing businesses, that doesn’t mean they don’t have further expansion plans.
“We still have many projects in mind and hopefully will continue to grow. We have a lot of faith in the North Wales coast and I’m sure it will continue to go from strength to strength,” Mr Williams told the newspaper.
Net World Sports was second on the North Wales list, while Brenig Construction and CHC Waste Facilities Management were the other front runners in the region, all three of which also made it onto the list of the top 50 fastest growing firms across Wales.
There are many factors that can stifle a business’ growth, and one of them can be poor phone connectivity. The North Wales Chronicle recently reported that firms at Parc Menai in North Wales have called on their MP to help improve mobile phone coverage at the business park because it is so poor.
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