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Bangor lectures to bost Welsh business
Business Matters, a new lecture series at the University of Wales, Bangor's School of Business, is to be launched to appeal directly to business leaders, entrepreneurs and public sector professionals across the region.

The inaugural lecture will be delivered by Dafydd Wigley at the University of Wales, Bangor's Main Arts Lecture Theatre at 5.45 on Tuesday 25 April. The Welsh Economy After Objective One will be the subject of Mr Wigley's expert attention and observations.

Business Matters aims to enthuse, challenge and inform, said Prof Ted Gardener, Head of the Business School. The series will present charismatic leaders and role models who will focus on current and relevant business and economic issues impacting on Wales. Business Matters reflects Bangor Business School's mission to support business communities in Wales through sharing knowledge and enhancing business networks.

"The School aims to be far more relevant and accessible to business and the public sector in the region. One aim of the Business Matters series is to bring people together to network and discuss these issues," said Emeritus Professor Peter Barrar.

 

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