Do you think the Welsh Government does a good job of promoting Wales to the world? On October 16, the National Assembly for Wales Committee for the Scrutiny of the First Minister will be meeting in Swansea to discuss ‘Wales in the Wider World’. Welsh businesses, organisations and individuals are being encouraged to submit questions to the First Minister, Carwyn Jones. The discussion will include questions such as:
- What is the Welsh Government’s overall strategy for marketing and promoting Wales to the world?
- What is the Welsh brand? How well are Welsh attractions promoted to tourists?
- What markets or products should be prioritised?
You can submit your question, observation or comment to the Committee on the topic of ‘Wales in the Wider World’ online:
On Facebook – Like the Assembly’s Facebook Page and leave a comment on a relevant status. If you can’t see a relevant status then leave a comment on the page, including the hashtag #AskFirstMin.
By e-mail – Send your views to: FM.Scrutiny@Assembly.Wales
The meeting will take place on 16 October, 10.30 in Swansea at the National Waterfront Museum. You can watch in person, online on Senedd.TV or read the transcript. The Assembly will let you know if your question was answered. To find out more about the meeting and the topic please have a look at this blog post: https://nationalassemblyforwales.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/askfirstminoct15/
So, what questions do I have for the First Minister?
1) How are you currently performing against your aim of growing sales in the food and drink sector by 30% to £7 billion by the year 2020?