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Project: Mabis
15 July 2016
Iestyn Gruffudd, a procurement advisor with Mabis, part of an independent Welsh economic development company, explores the impact that the Brexit result could have on public sector procurement across the UK. Following the UK’s decision to sever ties with the EU, it is inevitable that there will be far-reaching changes to many UK laws, particularly those that are derived from EU legislation.  Among the questions being asked by many business leaders now is whether a revamped UK Government will seize the opportunity to remove or amend the procurement processes that are often perceived to be “inflexible, complex and a barrier to
28 June 2016
Next week, Menter a Busnes staff will be undertaking a challenge to raise money for the Wales Air Ambulance...
23 May 2016
Exiting the European Union would have a deep and negative impact on businesses in Wales and harm the country’s vital agriculture industry, a leading economic development company has warned. Menter a Busnes (MaB), which is based in Aberystwyth and has offices in Cardiff, Bangor and St Asaph, has been involved in the support and development of small and medium-sized businesses and the agriculture sector in Wales since its inception  27 years ago. It has worked on and developed European funded projects in that time and witnessed the benefits to businesses and agriculture throughout that period. But EU funding aside, it says exiting
21 January 2016
The Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, Rebecca Evans, has released the following statement to launch the Cymorth TB Programme: TB continues to have a significant impact on individual farms and the industry as a whole. The fight against bovine TB is entering a new and crucial phase. The success of our annual testing policy has now produced a full five years worth of data around the disease picture in Wales and this has been reinforced by the valuable work undertaken under the TB epidemiology project. The work that the Welsh Government has undertaken, including the Cymorth TB pilot, has shown
30 November 2015
Wales’ leading independent economic and business development company, Menter a Busnes, has strengthened its board with the appointment of two leading legal and business representatives. Fflur Jones, a Partner at Darwin Gray in Cardiff and Rhian Owen, co-founder of Llanrwst-based bakery business Siwgr a Sbeis, have been appointed as non-executive directors. One of Wales’ most successful independent business and economic development companies since it was established in 1989, Menter a Busnes designs and delivers a wide range of its own programmes for businesses, entrepreneurship, skills and innovation and development in sectors ranging from agriculture to food and drink. It also delivers and manages

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