Meet the Team

Angharad - Hub Manager

Focus Carmarthen Enterprise Hub Manger - Angharad Harding

The Carmarthen Enterprise Hub community is led by Angharad Harding, who has over 15 years' of experience within the business sector and is a fluent Welsh speaker. Her experience varies from being a business building manager, offering account management support and providing business advice to SMEs across the region. Angharad is enjoying managing the Hub and is providing one to one support for both pre and post start businesses in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. 

Gwenllian - Enterprise Engagement Co-ordinator

Focus Carmarthen Enterprise Hub Engagement Officer - Gwenllian Thomas

Having recently relocated from Cardiff, Gwenllian has a degree in Business Administration (BSc) from Cardiff University and is currently studying for her Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing. A fluent Welsh speaker, Gwenllian's focus is engaging with local communities and raising awareness of the support and services available at Yr Egin for new business start-ups and entrepreneurs.

Gareth - Hub Co-ordinator

Focus Carmarthen Enterprise Hub Co-ordinator - Gareth Jones

Gareth co-ordinates the Hub on a day-to-day basis. A fluent Welsh speaker, Gareth has experience of working in both the public and private sectors, primarily in HR within the South Wales area. Gareth's key role is ensuring that the Hub is a welcoming place for all, signing up members, sign-posting individuals to the appropriate support channels and creating a friendly community environment for everybody who uses the impressive new space. 

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Programme Funding

European Regional Development Fund

Focus Enterprise Hubs are an innovative space to incubate and accelerate new, and growing businesses. Focus Newtown and Focus Carmarthen Hubs are funded by the Welsh Government with the support of European Regional Development Fund.   

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