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Flintshire Businesses Week goes on the buses

Flintshire Business Week (FBW) 2016 has launched a bus advertising campaign to raise awareness of this September’s event.

A number of P & O Lloyd shuttle buses will be travelling across the county, carrying adverts publicising the FBW, which takes place from 27 – 30 September. FBW 2016’s headline sponsors are AGS Security Systems (sponsors of the Flintshire Business Awards) and Westbridge Furniture Designs (sponsors of the Flintshire Business Exhibition).

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Highlights of FBW 10th anniversary of this flagship event – include:

MDA business breakfast at Coleg Cambria, Deeside 27 September
Official opening of FBW at Coleg Cambria 27 September
Business Exhibition at Coleg Cambria27 September
Skills evening at St David’s, DeVere 28 September
Economy evening at Soughton Hall 29 September
Tourism Network at Dangerpoint 30 September
FBW Awards at Soughton Hall 21 October

Flintshire County Council Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Councillor Derek Butler, said:

“I would urge businesses to get involved with Flintshire Business Week 2016. It’s the Council’s main business event and its success builds year on year. The aims of the week are to share knowledge and best practice, develop and improve business relationships and platform and promote Flintshire business success.”

Present at the launch, along with Councillor Butler, were the Chairman of Flintshire County Council, Councillor Peter Curtis, Jonathan Turner Managing Director of AGS Security Systems, and Mark Chambers – Credit Manager and Mark O’Neil Financial Director both with Westbridge Furniture Designs.

Mark Chambers said:

“Westbridge is delighted to be headline sponsors of the Flintshire Business Exhibition 2016 and we would encourage all local businesses to visit this event and be part of the 10th anniversary celebrations.”

Jonathan Turner said:

“The Flintshire Business Awards in its tenth year has grown to become the most popular event in the county’s business calendar. They are all about celebrating our successful businesses and this is a great platform for us to put Flintshire in the spotlight and show what we’re made of!”

For more details about Flintshire Business Week 2016, go to www.flintshirebusinessweek.co.uk where all the information about the week’s events is listed, as well as the companies taking part.

From the left to right: Mark O’Neil, Cllr Derek Butler, Cllr Peter Curtis, Jonathan Turner and Mark Chambers