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Gamlins Law Launches Go For Growth for North Wales SMEs


One of North Wales’ leading law firms has launched a new service aimed at helping businesses in North Wales to achieve their growth goals.

Gamlins Law’s Go For Growth initiative is intended to provide existing and new clients with a wide range of non-legal business services.


The services include HR and Employee Engagement, Business Planning, Business Finance, PR and Marketing, Wealth Management and IT and Telecoms.

The firm is partnering with several industry specialists from across North Wales to deliver the business growth service to companies.

Gamlins Law is itself a fast growth business having been chosen to take part on the Welsh Government’s Accelerated Growth Programme.

The firm has six offices across the region including Rhyl, Holywell, Abergele, Denbigh, Mold and Ruthin.

Ron Davison, Managing Director of Gamlins Law, said:

“North Wales is home to an ever-increasing number of exciting businesses – some of which are already well-established, others still in their infancy.

“We know from our own experience that it takes the harnessing of many different skills for a business to achieve its full potential.

“Go For Growth brings together a range of industry specialists, each with their own expertise and knowledge, to help our clients scale their businesses.

“We pride ourselves on the trusted relationships we have developed with our clients over the past 130 years and look forward to being able to offer them even greater levels of support over the coming years.”

The new Go For Growth services will complement Gamlins Law’s wide range of business legal services which include employment law, commercial contracts, commercial property, litigation, corporate transactions and regulatory law.



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