Posted: Sat 20th Apr 2019

Moneypenny to host business event next week for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Apr 20th, 2019

A leading company in Wrexham will host a business open day next week.

Moneypenny, based on the Western Gateway in Wrexham, will hold the event on Wednesday 24th April in response to a significant number of businesses who regularly ask to see for themselves how the company has achieved consistent year-on-year growth; as well as being in the Sunday Times ‘Best Company to Work For’ list for a decade.

Attendees are invited to arrive for breakfast and will be given a tour of the office (including the infamous tree house meeting room, Tech Garden and ‘Dog & Bone’ pub).

They will then have a chance hear the Moneypenny story and be given the chance to network with local peers, and find out what makes the company’s home to the world’s finest PAs and technology.

Joanna Swash, Managing Director of Moneypenny, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome local business to our home.

“North Wales & Cheshire is home to many unique, interesting and successful businesses and we look forward to hosting a gathering of local business leaders to network, and also share a little about our story, both the highs and the lows; after all, a prosperous local economy is better for everyone.”

Places are limited, so attendance should be confirmed by registering on the event page or for further information or for any Moneypenny services, call 0333 202 1005, visit the Moneypenny website or send an email to

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