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Brighter Foods are delighted
to announce Investors in People accreditation.


The team - now numbering over 170 - were commended for their values, training, teamwork and commitment to the community. “It also provided us with an opportunity to look at ways to build our team and further engage with our staff to ensure we stay true to our ambitions; to create opportunities for growth and to make sure this is and stays a great place to work,” says Sammantha Williams, head of HR at the company.

Food Innovation & Investment for Growth Conference, November 2016


Robin Williams, Founder & CEO of Brighter Foods, is delighted to be one of the panellists at this year’s event.

Daily Post Business Awards 2015

Welsh Government Business Start up Award
goes to Brighter Foods in Tywyn.

Owner Robin Williams said without the support of the Welsh Government, headline sponsor of the awards, they would never have been able to start up the firm.

Welsh Government Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Ken Skates AM said: "It was an incredibly competitive field this year so for Brighter Foods to win it is a real endorsement of the stunning success of the company.

"The roots of the company are embedded in the community which means it has huge support in the local population.

"We like to invest in success and winners.

World HOST Award:

"At Brighter we take customer service seriously
and we recently trained the primary customer facing staff via the World Host Customer Recognition Award. Here’s a picture of the plaque that’s by our front door in Brighter to remind everyone that customers come first"

At this year’s inaugural Awards Brighter Foods were shortlisted for four awards (including Manufacturing Start-Up of the Year, Food & Drink Start-Up of the Year and Rural Start-Up of the Year) and came home from September’s ceremony in Cardiff with four, including the big one - Wales Start-up of the Year 2016.


“I was thrilled by the result,” says Robin Williams, Brighter Foods’ CEO. “When you’re working 24/7 leading an endeavour like this you can see – with every new client who loves what you do and with every new person you employ – that the business is working and growing into a success story. But the 150 plus team who now work here are heads down getting on with the day to day. When I picked up the award it was for them – in recognition of how they’ve got behind me. We’ve done it together, and we’ve done it out of Tywyn.”



“The fact that Brighter Foods – a traditional manufacturing business located in rural area – has achieved such spectacular growth in such a short amount of time should be celebrated by everyone who wants to see an entrepreneurial economy across every part of North Wales...”


Dylan Jones-Evans, Wales Fast Growth 50 and Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at the University of the West of England, writing about the Awards in the Daily Post

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Winner of the Wales Start Up Awards, September 2016