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Tourism Society Annual Conference 2-3 July Cardiff Venue City Hall
Early bird discount finishes 17 May. More information
WTA Annual Conference: 'Competing for Wales' - 22nd November 2013 ‘Competing for Wales’
If Wales is to maintain and grow its market position, which is seen as critical for the future...
WRAP - Industry Engagement Workshops 21 May
Purpose To discuss opportunities for saving costs and reducing environmental impact through waste prevention.
Who should attend? Small and Medium sized...
21 May 2013
WRAP - Industry Engagement Workshops 14 June
Time 9am-1pm (light lunch included) Venue: Venue Cymru, The Promenade Llandudno LL30 1BB
Purpose To discuss opportunities for saving costs and...
14 June 2013
The next steps for Welsh Infrastructure 1 July
Organised by Policy Forum for Wales with keynote speakers including Secretary for State for Wales Rt Hon David Jones MP,...
1 July 2013