21st Of February by Sam Torr
P&A is looking forward to bringing Mold businesses together for the first networking event of the year.
We have united with Mold Business Forum to host and sponsor a free business event, which will take place on 22nd February at The Woodworks Garden Centre (part of the P&A Group) on Wrexham Road.
A number of business will be speaking at the event including Steve Morgan, managing director at P&A, as well as Rob Boyns who will be presenting a talk on the key points regarding GDPR. Professor John Reynolds, chair of Mold Business Forum will be opening and closing the event.
The event aims to bring business owners and managers together with the opportunity to focus on business topics and network with other local businesses.
Steve Morgan, managing director at P&A said: “We are delighted to be able to join forces with Mold Business Forum and we are very much looking forward to the event.
“As keen supporters of business in the community, we want to encourage businesses in Mold and the surrounding area to come together and share their experiences.”
Mold Business Forum (MBF) was formed more than 20 years ago by Mold businesses as a local Chamber of Trade. It provided members with an opportunity to meet socially and to network with other similar people with business interests in the Mold-CH7 postal area.
The MBF also provides excellent wider networking opportunities both through its own events and also in conjunction with other local organisations.
Speaking of the upcoming event, Professor John Reynolds, Chairman of Mold Business Forum said: “The topic of GDPR is one that affects all companies large and small and it is important that businesses take action now to be ready for the May deadline.
“This MBF event is an ideal opportunity to learn more about this subject, meet and network with colleagues in the local business community, and find out more about the MBF as a voice for local businesses.”
There is a very diverse set of businesses in the Mold area from small start-up companies and sole traders through to those that have been operating for many years. They include niche high-tech specialists, professional service companies, and consultants, many of whom are UK- and world-leaders in their specialist sectors.
Mold has the reputation as outperforming many larger towns in terms of its retail offering that includes many independent retailers as well as branches of larger national chains.
This will be the second time P&A has hosted the Mold Business Forum event and we are keen to be supporters of the business group.