With many organisations preparing to comply with the Welsh language standards, three businesses have come together to develop a booklet outlining the support that’s available.
Anglesey based Ateb, along with Darwin Gray and Swyddle, both of Cardiff offer planning, recruitment and legal support to organisations to meet the requirements of the standards. The new booklet will be launched by Gwion Lewis on the Eisteddfod Maes on Thursday 11th of August.
Fflur Jones, a partner with law firm Darwin Gray said:
“Many organisations face challenges as they prepare to implement the standards. Quite often it’s hard for them to know where to start. As three businesses, we are confident that our services complement each other and that we can put organisations on the right track as they prepare to implement the changes.”
Alun Gruffudd, a director with recruitment company Swyddle added:
“We’re looking forward to launching the booklet at the Eisteddfod and are delighted that Gwion Lewis will speak at the event. We are all familiar with his work, and with his recent appointment to the Welsh Language Partnership Council it will be interesting to hear what he has to say in terms of the support available to public sector organisations to meet the standards.”
Ateb director Rhys Evans said:
“We’ve been working with Darwin Gray and Swyddle for some time, and it’s good to be able to welcome them to north Wales and the Eisteddfod. As three businesses, we believe we can offer the full package of support – and it’s good to work with businesses that have a similar vision to Ateb.”
- Thursday 11th August
- 12:30 – 13:15
- Welsh Council for Voluntary Action stand
- Stand number 228-229