ENTREPRENEURS in Flintshire are developing their businesses with support from North Wales Training.
Two members of the Flintshire Enterprise Club have met the organisation that helps local people in their search for employment and career development.
Flintshire Enterprise Club was established to aid those looking to start their own business or develop a business idea.
Club members Susan Jones from local training and HR services company Ready Now Business Skills Ltd and Martin Lomas from learningneedsanalysis.com met Ruth Collinge from North Wales Training to discuss how she might be able to support their businesses.
Both will continue their development with guidance from the training organisation.
Welcoming the support, Susan said: “Being part of the Enterprise Group workshops has enabled our business to meet MPs and even a member of the House of Lords, and importantly, to network with a wide range of other businesses and business leaders, allowing us to reach out to potential customers.”
Martin Lomas added: “I am delighted to be involved with Flintshire Enterprise Club and can only thank them along with the Welsh Government for the support and encouragement they are providing.
“I would hope at a later date and once my business is established, to be able to re-invest in the Enterprise Club by way of helping and advising others.”
Councillor Aaron Shotton, leader of Flintshire County Council, added: “It is extremely pleasing to hear of the successes of the entrepreneurs who are seizing the opportunities that belonging to the Flintshire Enterprise Club is providing.”
l Membership of the Enterprise Club is free. Anyone wishing to know more about joining can contact Marie at Communities First on either 01244 846090 or via email at Marie_Edmund-Robinson@flintshire.gov.uk