A Rhyl business owner has scooped a prize for sharing her views on the economy by taking part in a survey.
Lauren Delaney, who runs Glitter Lady in the town’s White Rose Centre, won an iPad for taking part in Denbighshire County Council’s Business Survey 2017.
Lauren has run the business, which sells handmade and natural bath, body and home fragrance products, for the past two years.
She said: “I can’t believe I have won. I have had a smile on my face since I found out. It is great news for the business as I can do everything online now. I’d like thank the Council for the prize.
“It was important to give my views in the business survey, I decided to open the business and invest in Rhyl because of all the developments going on.”
This year the Business Survey had more than 470 responses, with the majority saying they are more confident about the future than ever before.
The annual survey feeds into the Council’s March for Business month, which offers a wide range of training, networking and advice sessions to the county’s traders, based on feedback in the survey.
To see the full results visit www.denbighshire.gov.uk/businesssurvey
Posted on Monday 4th December 2017