The Club endeavours to publish an informative newsletter four times a year. If you are a new joining member or you have any news items for consideration for inclusion in the Newsletter please send the information to the editor at [email protected]Please note this email address must only be used for newsletter matters.
The NWBC Newsletter is available for any visitor to this web site to read. Please follow the link.
NWBC Newsletter Winter/Christmas 2020 Edition Volume 1 Number 7 Published 10 December 2020 Winter 2020 Newsletter
NWBC Newsletter Special September 2020 Volume 1 Number 6 Published 18 September 2020 NWBC NEWSLETTER SPECIAL SEPTEMBER 2020
NWBC Newsletter Special July 2020 Volume 1 - Number 5 Published 16 July 2020NWBC NEWSLETTER SPECIAL JULY 2020
NWBC Newsletter Special May 2020 Volume 1 - Number 4 Published 8 May 2020 NWBC NEWSLETTER SPECIAL MAY 2020
COVID -19 Special NWBC Newsletter Volume 1 - Number 3 Published 8 April 2020 SPECIAL NWBC NEWSLETTER APRIL 2020
NWBC Winter Newsletter Volume 1 - Number 2. Please download here: Winter 2020 Newsletter
NWBC Autumn 2019 Newsletter Volume 1 - Number 1. Please download here: NWBC AUTUMN 2019 NEWSLETTER
Daily Post published 24 February 2021 - Please follow this link: Daily Post article published 24 February 2021
Daily Post published 20 January 2021 - Please follow this link: Daily Post article published 20/1/2021
Daily Post published 11 November 2020 - Please follow this link: Daily Post Article Published 11 November 2020
Daily Post published on 7 October 2020 - Please follow this link: Daily Post Article 7 October 2020
Daily Post published 2 September 2020 - Please follow this link: Daily Post Article Published 2 September 2020
Daily Post published on 1 July 2020 - Please follow this link: Daily Post 1/7/2020
Daily Post published on 29 July 2020 - Please follow this link: Daily Post 29/7/2020
The North Wales Business Club was founded 36 years ago.
Our membership is growing and our programme of events expanding.
During those years we have had some major speakers visiting us in North Wales from Sir Nick Scheele, President of the Ford Motor Company to the American Ambassador. Membership is drawn from North Wales, the North West of England and Mid and South Wales. We have members from multinational companies to sole proprietors or partners of small businesses.
We welcome new members and remain committed to supporting business in North Wales.
If you need to contact the North Wales Business Club please visit the contact page or telephone 01690 720 321
Our aims and objectives are:
The approximate location of the NWBC membership can be viewed on the location map. You can scroll the Google map in and out.
Please follow this link:- Location of NWBC membership
Below are a selection of photographs from our most recent functions, to see a complete record of our events dating back to November 2010 Please go to our Flickr account by following this live link: Flickr and selecting from the "Albums" the particular event you want to view.
The NWBC's Quiz Night in aid of St David's Hospice held on 24 September 2020 To view photographs of this event please follow this link:- Flickr
Presentation of cheque by Mel Herman, Chairman NWBC to St David's Hospice for the 2020 Quiz Night - please follow this link:- Flickr
NWBC'S Zoom Networking Meeting held on 9 February 2021. Presentation given my Paul Levy MD of Livetech on social media. Please follow this link: Flickr
We have been fortunate over the years to have been visited by numerous prestigious speakers from the business world. For a list of some of the speakers who have visited the North Wales Business Club please follow here: - follow this link
The North Wales Business Club Management Committee at the 25th Anniversary Dinner held on Wednesday 25th November 2009 at The St. George's Hotel, Llandudno.
Left to Right: Mike Mason, Vice Chairman; Dennis Pugh OBE; David W Williams MBE, DL, Chairman and Treasurer; Brian Goldsmith, Vice Chairman, Vice President and Founder Member; Peter Smith, General Secretary; Mel Herman; Jean E. Barlow, Functions Secretary. (Not Present in photograph Bryan George)