Posted: Tue 3rd Sep 2013

Dragons’ Den-Style Event Set For Deeside Leisure Centre.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Sep 3rd, 2013

The Flintshire Business Entrepreneurship Network is to hold its third Dragons’ Den-style event. 

The Network, founded by Flintshire businessman, Askar Sheibani, CEO of Comtek Network Systems UK Ltd, is managed by the Communities First Flintshire East team and was launched in November 2012 

Askar Sheibani, CEO of Comtek Network Systems UK Ltd

Askar Sheibani, CEO of Comtek 

Using an Enterprise Club model and Dragons’ Den-style events, the aim is to increase the number of people involved in entrepreneurship within the region.

Two Dragons’ Den events have already been held for young people aged 16-24 years who are considering starting a business.

They discuss their business concept and ideas with the Dragons who then provide feedback and advice.  

The Dragons are locally-recruited business people who provide their time on a voluntary basis. 

The next Dragons’ Den event will be held as part of a jobs and skills fair at Deeside Leisure Centre on the 24 September 2013 and is open to all ages.

If you’d like to know more about the Enterprise Club or are interested in attending a Dragons’ Den event please contact Bev Moseley on 01244 846090 or email

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