is run by and supports hundreds of businesses across Powys, Ceredigion, Meirionnydd and the Shropshire border.
MWMG's manager Ceri Stephens said: "We are delighted to be supporting more companies of all sizes across Mid Wales and the border.
"Companies recognise that the current economic climate is challenging and are looking for support from MWMG in terms of sharing best practice and business experiences, networking opportunities and moneysaving services.
Over the past year, MWMG staff have visited 108 companies and organised 20 events.
Through its membership of MWMG, Mr Holmes said the company had received exhibition grants, attended a series of useful workshops and accessed helpline advice to resolve specific business issues.
The overriding thing that I would say about MWMG, which is pretty unique in my experience, is that they do what they say they are going to do.
MWMG represents nearly 160 businesses of all sizes and types across Powys, Ceredigion, Meirionnydd and the Shropshire border.
The company has used its rebranding to launch the new Mid Wales Manufacturing Directory, a listing of information on products and services provided by MWMG member companies.
MWMG''s manager Ceri Stephens said: "With the country now emerging
(L-R) MWMG directors Des Preece, Andrew Bebb, Andrew Capel, Jon Armitage, manager Ceri Stephens, directors Bob Millard, Hannah Barrett and Robert Taylor, and Roy Ellis, WAG networks manager
MWMG''s manager Ceri Stephens said: "The workshops are designed to help manufacturing companies to gain maximum benefit from exhibiting their products."
Register online at www.mwmg.org, ring the MWMG on 01686 628778 or e-mail email@example.com.