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Big Ideas Wales Competition

CEC Rhys was invited to sit on the panel at the 'Big Ideas Wales/ Chartered Institute of Marketing" enterprise competition on Thursday 23rd February at the Pierhead Building Cardiff Bay.During the day 15 teams from Further and Higher Education pitched their ideas for the Big ideas Wales campaign against a set brief.

Teams from FE Colleges and Universities across Wales presented their ideas on marketing the Big Ideas Wales scheme and website to a chosen target audience (age ranges between 13 and 25). They were given a set budget and had to carefully work out the best ways to spend it for maximum effect. There were loads of interesting and innovative solutions delivered by some very promising young Welsh entrepreneurs of the future.

It was great to see so much talent on display which bodes well for the future of enterpreneurship in Wales

Big Ideas Wales

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Patricia Lester

International Fashion Designer

“Your energy and enthusiasm have been much appreciated as too the pro-active thinking - in business parlance - outside the box. There should be more people like you who can think laterally rather than the bog standard advisers who can often only advise and suggest within the boundaries of their own restricted experiences”.