During a celebration of language, ‘Ddathlu’r Iaith’, held in the S4C pavilion on the showground today (Tuesday 21 July), John Davies, Chair of the Board for the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, announced that that following the society’s commitment to become a founder partner in the programme, they were delighted to have made the switch to the new .cymru and .wales domain names earlier this month.
“As the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, we are very proud to identify ourselves as a successful Welsh organisation” says Mr Davies.
“The new .cymru .wales domain names allow us, along with other organisations and businesses within Wales, to make a mark on the digital world. Our digital presence is increasing rapidly and as the society continues adopt new technologies and rely more on the internet and digital channels we will strive to promote our strong Welsh credentials.”
Jo Golley Nominet’s Commercial Director for Wales said “The adoption of the new .cymru and .wales domain names by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society is already helping us to give a much needed online boost to the Welsh farming, produce and tourism industries.
“Their pride in being Welsh and their support of Welsh business is clearly shown in their new websites and will I am sure continue to drive positive perceptions of Wales across the world.”