Held on October 9th and 10th at the Menai Science Park in Gaerwen, M-SParc, the festival will feature a range of guests speakers and inspirational talks with the common theme; Anglesey 2040. The festival is co-ordinated by M-SParc, Isle of Anglesey County Council, Welsh Government, Business Wales, Menter Môn a Grwp Llanrillo Menai.
Menai Science Park CEO, Pryderi ap Rhisiart, said, “We very much look forward to the launch of the festival and will be proud to host a two day celebration of business here at M-SParc. The Anglesey Business Festival is a great example of collaboration between the public and private sector in bringing together the event.”
Over the two days sessions will be held on a variety of topics such as:
- Clean Energy
- Food & Tourism
- Digital Accounting
- Research & Enterprise.
There will also be a business support provider’s exhibition and a panel of representatives from both the public and private sector.
Global technology giant, Microsoft, will provide a session tailored for business as part of the festival. Other speakers include tenants from the park; Anglesey based businesses and specialists from further afield. The event is relevant for businesses in a range of sectors and of all sizes.
The festival will close with the “iechyd da” event held on Wednesday evening. The will be a celebration of Anglesey’s very best food produce, cocktails, live music, guests speakers from the business community and an opportunity to network.
Dylan Williams said, “There is much to celebrate and recognise on the Island as many individuals, businesses, and sectors grow and thrive here. We are also in a period of change, uncertainty, risks and opportunities, which are significant in scale and pace. This dynamic environment makes engagement and collaboration important, with this festival providing a timely opportunity for us to come together in a new and modern business space at M-SParc.”
He added, “We hope that business people from across all sectors and local communities, and those looking to invest and expand on the Island, can attend, engage, contribute and benefit.