Network with other businesses and learn how to gain more customers digitally, as well as keeping your business safe online

Event details

This event, jointly hosted by FSB and The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales, will give businesses some of the tools they need to help them grow their business while ensuring their businesses are not put at risk of cybercrime.

Business owners and managers will also have the opportunity to ask questions to our expert speakers, and to meet and make links with other attendees, before and after hearing from our speakers.

The event is suitable for small businesses from all sectors.

Speaker Information

We are delighted to be joined by guest speakers Paul Peters from The Cyber Resilience Centre For Wales and Eric Davies from DoodlyDog Website Design 

Paul Peters

Paul will be speaking about 'Busting Small Business Cyber Myths'

Paul Peters

Many business owners believe that cyber isn’t something that affects them, but the reality is that so much of running a business involves being online, and with that comes the risk of an attack interrupting your business continuity – imagine having no website available, no sales, no invoices to send out…

In this session Director of the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales, Detective Superintendent Paul Peters, will look to demystify cyber. 

He’ll explain how it can affect your business and the simple measures we can all take to protect against online crime and ultimately keep criminals out of our businesses.

Eric Davies

Eric will be discussing ‘Is Your Website Really An Asset?’

Many business owners think that simply launching their website is ‘job done’ and they can move on to other things. Yet if your website is slow to load, hard to navigate or difficult to read, is it really doing your business any good?

In this session, web designer Eric Davies will explore these and other issues that can put people off your business - and suggest steps that you can take to make your website a positive asset.

Eric Davies

What to Expect

Event Agenda:

9.30am     Arrivals, refreshments and informal networking

10.00am   Paul Peters, Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales

10.20am   Eric Davies, DoodlyDog Website Design

10.40am   Q&A with speakers

10.55am   Informal Networking 

11.30        Close

Additional Information

Tickets: £5

On street parking is available in the surrounding area of the venue. The venue is fully accessible.

Tea, coffee and biscuit refreshments will be available.

Equip your business with the essential tools to foster growth, all whilst safeguarding against the lurking threats of cybercrime. Don't miss out – register now. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Event contact

For help and support regarding this event, please contact Shona Holmes-Berry.

Further information

  • To help ensure things run smoothly, please refer to our Events terms and conditions here.
  • We want all attendees to feel welcome - please read our statement on Diversity and inclusion here.
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