World News – GB – Welsh Secretary visits growing Wrexham businesses recovering from impact of Covid-19


During his visit to Wrexham, Secretary of State for Wales Simon Hart visited Moneypenny, an outsourced communications company that handles calls and live chats for thousands of businesses across the UK

During his visit on Thursday, September 17, Mr. Hart visited Moneypenny offices and met CEO Joanna Swash, who spoke about how the business had adapted during the covid-19 pandemic and was now booming and expanding its team both in the UK United and United States In Moneypenny, the Welsh secretary learned how the company, which now employs more than 1,000 people worldwide and has a turnover of more than £ 50million, is developing artificial intelligence for further improve its exceptional customer service

Following his visit to Moneypenny, the Secretary of State for Wales visited the award-winning Wrexham sporting goods company Net World Sports During the visit, Mr. Hart heard from Founder and Owner Alex Loven on how the business has continued to grow, increasing employee numbers, sales and revenue despite challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

It was fantastic to see how Moneypenny and Net World Sports continue to thrive and to hear how they have both become global businesses, creating hundreds of jobs in Wrexham and boosting the local economy

We are committed to supporting the Welsh economy during the pandemic and building a strong economic recovery I was delighted to hear how Moneypenny used the support of the UK government throughout the pandemic, allowing them to save jobs and build on their success

We were delighted to welcome Secretary of State for Wales Simon Hart and discuss how we have been able to support our employees and clients and adapt quickly to new and innovative ways of working Before the lockdown, Moneypenny had always operated in a ‘thrive’ mode and therefore had to move very quickly to ‘survive’, introducing short-term contracts for clients and new innovative services to help businesses adapt to needs. of their employees working remotely We are delighted to now be able to grow our business and are looking to recruit for our growing team

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News from the world – GB – Welsh Secretary visits growing businesses in Wrexham recovering from impact of Covid-19


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