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12 June 2018
A dairy farmer’s son with a passion for technology has joined a growing economic development firm’s board.   Tom Allison, from Cardigan in West Wales, joins Menter a Busnes as a non-executive director with vast experience in promoting the use of technology in livestock agriculture.   After graduating with a degree in electronics and applied electrical engineering from Bath University, Tom returned home where he fused his technical skills with a love for farming.     He began visiting agricultural sites across Wales to help farmers use cutting edge technology to improve farm performance including working on milking machine enhancements to improve animal welfare.   His talents earned
23 March 2018
Four flourishing north west Wales businesses has praised economic development specialist Menter a Busnes for getting their enterprises off the ground. They include a personal trainer who has expanded to running multiple weekly fitness classes locally; a photographer who has now relocated to London thanks to demand there; a florist who began at 13, and is now, aged 19, going to university to study business; and a former HR consultant who runs sell-out classes for children, ‘Sŵn a Sbri’ (Noise & Fun) at four locations. Each of the entrepreneurs says their success wouldn’t have happened without the advice and support from Menter
31 January 2018
Greater depth of consultancy from highly-qualified specialists, together with a fully bi-lingual delivery, are among reasons that a fast-growing business support service has seen significant growth during 2017, says its chief executive.   And Menter a Busnes’ Alun Jones says that, thanks to some longer-term contracts, it is now in a ‘very good position’ to continue developing its commercial services and signing up more new customers, even during the period of expected uncertainty.   He also noted that among recent trends, there was an increasing willingness among Welsh enterprises to adopt open-minded attitudes in order to capitalise on new opportunities.    Mr Jones also predicted that
Project: Agora
31 January 2018
Start-up and existing small land-based businesses looking to diversify and generate a new income stream can get free expert advice under a newly-launched scheme.   Agora is a two-year project to help producers of goods grown, grazed or made across 11 local authority areas in mid and south-west Wales.    Any kind of land-based business – whether a producer of food or drink, or items such as wood or wool, is eligible to apply to join the scheme. Support will be available to help 240 consumers over the next 18 months.   The collaborative project is led by Bridgend County Borough Council and delivered by Menter
18 January 2018
Carn Edward, producers of Welsh lamb and Longhorn beef in Pembrokeshire, featured on Channel 4’s Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast over Christmas. The episode, which aired on 22nd December 2017, championed mutton meat, showcased the best that Welsh mutton has to offer and saw Jamie Oliver preparing dishes such as kofta balls and mutton lollipops.   Robert Vaughan, one of Carn Edward’s farmers, said: “We were very pleased when Channel 4 approached us with an opportunity to provide such exposure to mutton. We had to keep the appearance a secret for a good part of last year but hopefully the viewers

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