Aberystwyth Business School hosts Business Breakfast

05 June 2017

Business leaders from across the region who took part in the Business Breakfast hosted by Aberystwyth Business School in partnership with Mid Wales Manufacturing Group (MWMG).
Business leaders from across the region who took part in the Business Breakfast hosted by Aberystwyth Business School in partnership with Mid Wales Manufacturing Group (MWMG).

Business leaders from across the region have taken part in a Business Breakfast hosted by Aberystwyth Business School in partnership with Mid Wales Manufacturing Group (MWMG).

The popular event, held at the Business School on the Llanbadarn campus in April, focused on building and refreshing relationships with the local business community.

Representatives from a variety of sectors were in attendance alongside Aberystwyth based companies Menter a Busnes and Aber Instruments.

Professor Jo Crotty, Institute Director for Business and Law said: “Aberystwyth Business School was delighted to support MWMG with the business breakfast. It was a great opportunity for business people from across the region to meet and make connections. It is essential that our School is embedded in the local business community and this event allowed us to showcase and demonstrate how we can provide opportunities with these companies.”

Ceri Stephens, Group Manager at Mid Wales Manufacturing Group and Relationship Manager of Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce said: “I would like to thank the Business School at Aberystwyth University for working with us on the Business Breakfast event. We were able to bring together a diverse range of companies from across the region to network and gain a greater understanding of each other’s operations.  I look forward to future events where we can build upon these connection for the benefit of the region.”

The Business Breakfast is just one way in which Aberystwyth Business School is engaging with the local business community. Working in partnership with local, commercial, government, and charity organisations, the accredited Employability Skills for Professionals module provides structured work placements for third year Business students during term time.

Active in academic and policy oriented research and participating in consulting, Aberystwyth Business School offers students, policy makers and the business community stimulating courses, contemporary insights and practical solutions to the fast moving demands of today’s world.

MWMG works on behalf of more than 140 Manufacturing and Engineering Companies across Mid Wales and the Borders, to drive economic growth and create new opportunities for its members and the Sector as a whole.

Contacts

Non Lavaro

Business Development Manager

nol1@aber.ac.uk  +44 (0) 1970 621668