Businesses share their tips in first issue of Denbighshire magazine

High street traders across Denbighshire have been sharing their tips for success.

Denbighshire County Council has been continuing its policy of talking and listening to local businesses by producing the ‘Town Business’ e-magazine based on what they had to say.

Businesses gave their hints and tips for success as well as advice on important topics facing traders in the county, such as networking and promoting themselves through social media.

Town Business also lets them know what help and support is available from the Council and other organisations.

It has been distributed electronically to businesses in the county and is also available to view on the Council’s website as well as on the #LoveLiveLocal Facebook page.

Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, Leader of Denbighshire County Council, said: “This magazine gives Denbighshire businesses a platform to share their knowledge and tips for success.

“Our ambition is to support a healthy private business sector that delivers good levels of employment and income for business and residents in all of our towns and communities.

“The Council is committed to supporting Denbighshire’s town centres, each of which has its own unique character, and you can see this coming out in the conversations we had with businesses.

“This e-magazine highlights just some of the great range of businesses and business groups we have on our high streets in Denbighshire to give a flavour of all the things we can be positive about.

“Small local businesses offer so much to our residents and visitors and make a huge contribution to the local economy and we are delighted to have been able to give them a voice and share their stories.”

Town Business also offers traders information on the #LoveLiveLocal campaign which encourages businesses and shoppers to shout about great local products on social media.

You can view Town Business in PDF format here

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Posted on Monday 23rd October 2017