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Robert Lloyd Griffiths OBE – National Director IoD Wales 

These are difficult times for us all. Here at IoD Wales we are doing all that we can to support our members and provide help wherever possible. We’re also busy planning for the future; it may well be a very different future for many of us but we will survive stronger and more united than ever before. 

If you need any help or advice, or would just like a friendly chat then please do feel free to contact us. You can email us at iod.wales@iod.com and a member of the team will call you back

Take care all,

Robert
IoD Wales

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About North Wales branch

The North Wales branch has around 160 members. It's the aim of the volunteer committee and IoD staff to support local members and organise insightful and valuable business events in the area.

About South Wales branch

The South Wales branch has around 550 members and we operate an Ambassador scheme whereby members take responsibility for geographic and business areas. Information and market intelligence is directed into the main IoD Wales Office.

Policy in Wales

Historically, policy has been dealt with at the IoD headquarters in Pall Mall, and that remains the case for issues where the UK has the lead. But an increasing number of policy issues of relevance to business are determined in Cardiff Bay, not Westminster. Support for business, infrastructure investment, planning, education, skills, business rates and environmental regulation are among those activities devolved to the Welsh government.

Decisions taken in Cardiff have a direct impact on business in Wales and the competitiveness of the Welsh economy. In recognition of this, IoD Wales attaches great importance to engaging with the government to influence policies in ways that will assist rather than hinder growth, including playing a prominent role in the Council for Economic Renewal.

To maximise the returns on our resources, we must engage selectively. Regular priorities in our dealings with the Welsh government include modernising and enhancing infrastructure, providing a workforce fit for the 21st century, and increasing the role of the private sector in delivering public services. It is a reflection of IoD Wales’s standing in Cardiff that we are asked to lead on these issues.

We also respond where possible to Welsh (or indeed UK) government consultations, always with members' interests at heart.

 

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As the UK heads towards the possibility of leaving the EU without a deal, it can be difficult for businesses to know where to go for guidance.  Amidst all the political noise and confusion, the IoD is here to give business leaders the information they need to help them prepare and plan.  A no-deal doesn’t have to mean no idea.

Visit the IoD Brexit hub for the most up to date information.

Contact IoD Wales

For more information, please contact

029 2038 9990

Wales

Branch and staff contacts can be found on the main Contacts tab


IoD Wales
Institute of Directors
Aberconway Building
Colum Drive
Cardiff
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