The Managing Director of Celtic Holiday Parks will share his business knowledge at Swansea Bay Business Club’s September breakfast event, at St Bride’s Hotel & Spa, Pembrokeshire.
Huw Pendleton will be the Club’s guest on Wednesday 4 September, at this popular event, which is sponsored by Parkwall Caravans. At the breakfast, Huw will shed light upon this thriving family business, which he has helmed since 2003.
During his time at Celtic Holiday Parks, the business has prospered. It recently underwent the £1.3m redevelopment of the central facilities building at Croft, which now includes a saltwater hydro active swimming pool, health, beauty, and gym and Charlie's restaurant and bar, named after Huw’s late grandfather.
Alan Brayley, Acting President of Swansea Bay Business Club, said: “I am very much looking forward to welcoming Huw to this event in the heart of beautiful Pembrokeshire. Huw has in-depth knowledge of the leisure sector, which is such a key part of our regional economy here in the Swansea Bay region, and of particular interest to our members in Pembrokeshire.
“Since he is very involved in both local and national trade associations, such as the British Holiday & Home Parks Association, the British Holiday and Home Parks Association and the Caravan & Camping Forum for Wales, Huw will bring wider industry insights to the table, which I am looking forward to hearing.
“I know embracing change and managing people effectively are two important areas of business for Huw, which he will elaborate upon at the breakfast event.”
Tickets for the Swansea Bay Business Club Breakfast, sponsored by Parkwall Caravans, are available here: https://www.swanseabaybusinessclub.com/events/september-breakfast-2/, priced at £15 for members and £17.50 for non-members.
Bookings will close at midnight on Wednesday August 28, one week before the event. Attendees are invited to arrive for 8am. The event will come to a close at around 10am.
"Huw has in-depthknowledge of the leisure sector, which is such a key part of our regional economy here in the Swansea Bay region, and of particular interest to our members in Pembrokeshire."
Alan Brayley, from Swansea Bay Business Club
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