Sam Harris writes for BDAILY.co.uk:
Guto Bebb MP was invited to deliver the keynote speech at the organisation’s autumn business lunch at The Management Centre, Bangor, where business figures gathered to hear Bebb’s assessment of the Welsh economy.
The minister, who represents the constituency of Aberconwy, spoke of the region’s high employment rate, infrastructure investment and plans for growth deals to benefit businesses.
He also discussed the fact that since 2010, 31,000 companies have started up in Wales, something the business community should be “genuinely proud of”.
The MP also said that Welsh exports were up, with Wales currently exporting 18 per cent more goods in 2017 compared to 2016.
He also urged the private sector to get involved in growth deals to boost North Wales, calling on businesses to collaborate with the public sector and government.