The annual business dinner will return once again this year and will be held at The Barn at Faenol Fawr.

This year’s theme will be aimed at assisting business owners and managers to cope with the rising cost of doing business.

This dinner is a part of the Council’s ‘March for Business’ month, which is a campaign that runs every March and includes a series of events within Denbighshire to support and promote the business community in the area. The annual business dinner is a key event of the month, with around 100 businesspeople attending from all over North Wales.

The dinner is sponsored by FSB, Denbighshire County Council, Business Wales and is supported by the Ministry of Defence. It will be held on the 8th of March from 6:30pm-10:00pm and the ticket price includes a drinks reception and a delicious three course meal.

Denbighshire County Council CEO, Graham Boase will also be a key speaker at the dinner.

Councillor Jason McLellan, Leader of the Council and Lead Member for Economic Growth & Tackling Deprivation said:

“The business dinner is always one of the most popular March For Business events, and we anticipate another good turn out again this year.

It is a great opportunity for businesses to network, make new contacts and pick up on business tips and tricks”

Michael Learmond, Senior Development Manager at FSB said:

“It’s great to be back and reprising this keynote annual event, which serves as a platform for the business community to come together, network, and be informed and inspired.

This year’s theme of rising business costs is particularly relevant and important, and I’m eager to hear the practical advice and funding opportunities that will be shared by our esteemed speakers.”

For more information, please go to: https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en/business/march-for-business/march-for-business.aspx