The Welsh Government has launched a new project to champion the best of Made in Wales and is looking for people to help run it.
The brand initiative, called Cnwd Cymru/Wales Made, will be launched early next year using a collection of up to 20 products, produce and services that are inherently Welsh and of international standard.
The final collection will be selected by an independent panel covering a range of sectors and will be celebrated through modular showcases to be displayed in a number of locations and supported by digital assets and content featured on wales.com.
The first collection will shine a light on exceptional talents, skills and creativity, and will aim to inspire Wales’s next generation of designers, makers and entrepreneurs.
Following the launch of the scheme, the showcase will have the potential to tour, adding a new dimension to Wales's international marketing and extending its collaborative partnership activity with leading Welsh consumer and business-to-business brands.
Organisers are now calling for expressions of interest:
- For voluntary panel members with relevant expertise
- From companies wishing to be considered for the scheme.
There are no application fees/costs associated with companies being considered for the scheme. Panel members will take part on a voluntary basis and no fees will be payable.
The scheme will cover the following product/service categories:
- Advanced manufacturing
- Architecture & interiors
- Creative services
- Fashion & lifestyle
- Food & drink
- Leisure & sport
- Lifesciences & medical
* Expressions of interest should be sent by Friday, September 13 to: Claire Chappell - email email@example.com, tel 0300 025 0169.