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07 August 2019
Building on the success of the Wales YFC & Menter Moch Cymru Pig Finishing Initiative in 2017 we are pleased to be working together again to offer this unique opportunity for young farmers in Wales. In a bid to encourage the next generation of pig keepers and to get farmers thinking about pigs as a viable diversification option, six Wales YFC members have been awarded five weaners each as a stepping stone into the pig industry. This initiative is a joint venture between Wales YFC and Menter Moch Cymru. Menter Moch Cymru is funded by the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural
Project: Cywain
18 July 2019
Welsh food and drink business support programme – Cywain – will be celebrating a decade of nurturing talent in the sector by showcasing a raft of new enterprises at the Royal Welsh Show (July 22-25).   For the past ten years Cywain has been guiding and encouraging small food and drink businesses – helping them to grow in confidence and skill.   Delivered by a Menter a Busnes, Cywain is a business-led programme dedicated to developing new and existing micro businesses and SMEs in the Welsh food and drink sector focusing on maximising opportunities and growth potential.   Over the years Cywain has worked with countless
15 May 2019
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, commercial law firm Darwin Gray and business support consultants Mabis have launched a mental health conference to take place in the summer.   Titled “Taking Care of Business: Mental Health at Work”, the conference will be held in the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth on Wednesday 10 July and will be aimed at both individuals as well as businesses and organisations looking to tackle, manage, or improve mental health in the workplace.   All profits from the conference will be donated to local mental health charities Mind Aberystwyth and The DPJ Foundation.   The one-day conference will feature expert speakers
10 May 2019
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Menter a Busnes is taking a proactive approach to mental health awareness both in-house and in the wider business community.   The independent company, which has offices throughout Wales, employs 120 staff who offer a wide range of business support and skills development to small, medium  and large enterprises as well as start-up businesses.   Each year the Menter a Busnes team chooses a charity to support, and for the company’s anniversary year is focussing attention on the importance of mental health and wellbeing.   Says Menter a Busnes director, Elen Llwyd Williams, “The importance of mental health and wellbeing are becoming
30 April 2019
Following the success of the Wales YFC & Menter Moch Cymru initiative in 2017 we are pleased to announce that the application window for 2019 has now opened and 6 finalists will soon be selected and be provided with 5 weaners each. Support & training will be provided to develop the skills required to establish, manage and develop this new venture. From practical advice on rearing through, to business skills such as marketing. These transferrable skills gained will be valuable and applicable to any on-farm enterprise. Menter Moch Cymru is an initiative funded by the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development

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