What is Ambassador Wales?

Ambassador Wales is a network of influential private individuals from fields such as academia, medical and business who, whilst leading in their own professional field, dedicate personal time, energy and enthusiasm to champion Wales as a meeting and events destination.

Unapologetically ambitious for Wales and all that it can offer, our Ambassadors actively seek out opportunities for Wales to identify, approach, pitch and bid for business event opportunities, globally. 

Why should I become an Ambassador?

Wales Ambassadors are formally recognised for the work that they do and become part of a network of individuals who share a single and common purpose.  Ambassadors are asked to talk about the work that they do and provide further support and outreach to other bidders in other sectors and often continue in an advisory role once their own business event has been successfully delivered.

Being an active ambassador for Wales brings great rewards and benefits both personally and professionally. Working together to promote Wales as a destination for conferences and events will present an opportunity to boost your industry and promote our small, clever country."

What support is there for Ambassadors?

Ambassador Wales is led by the Meet In Wales team at Event Wales, supporting with research and leads but also with the practical help needed to turn an opportunity into a reality.  They are meeting and event experts and will become part of your extended team as you go forward with your bid.  They will help with all aspects of researching, designing and drafting your bid document and be alongside as you step forward and speak on behalf of us all. 

Are Ambassadors recognised for their work?

Wales Ambassadors are formally recognised for the work that they do and become part of a network of individuals who share a single and common purpose.  Ambassadors are asked to talk about the work that they do and provide further support and outreach to other bidders in other sectors and often continue in an advisory role once their own business event has been successfully delivered.

How do I get involved?

If you are a leader in a trade or specialist association or professional society. If you work for a not-for-profit or charitable concern.  If you lead a commercial business or specific industry group.  Or if you work in an academic setting alongside international colleagues, we would like to hear from you. You can contact us here 

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In my view, a perfect backdrop for networking with like minded professionals. Being an active ambassador for Wales is something to truly feel proud of in my opinion."    

If you would like more information, please get in touch with the team who will be happy to help. 

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