A fifth (18%) of companies within London’s tech community still have no women at board level, according to a survey by Tech London Advocates.
Finance Wales is looking to support growth-focused small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Wales with a new £136 million funding package.
Posted on 15th June 2016 in Regional News.
Key industry leaders from UK and global tech industry look to the future of Wales’ tech scene at Digital 2016.
Britain may be going through an entrepreneurial boom with a record 600,000 businesses starting up during 2015, but one in seven (13%) small business owners – representing over 702,000 of the UK’s 5.4 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) – believe that their business would have better opportunities if it was based in another part […]
Posted on 24th May 2016 in Regional News.
Business leaders in Wales have praised the appointment of Ken Skates to the position of Cabinet Secretary for the Economy and Infrastructure in the Welsh Government, but are urging Mr Skates and the Welsh Government not to forget some of the key issues surrounding the Welsh economy.
Posted on 20th May 2016 in Regional News.
The £600 million Metro project cannot be a “silver bullet” for the South Wales economy on its own, according to a report commissioned by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Wales.
Posted on 19th May 2016 in Regional News.
A truly revolutionary company created to help tech innovators find the funding, networks and connections needed to give great ideas a global impact, while growing the Welsh economy, launched today (Wednesday) in Newport.
Posted on 18th May 2016 in Regional News.
The Entrepreneur Wales Awards has announced that NatWest Cymru has returned as a sponsor for a second year.
Posted on 16th May 2016 in Regional News.
Oxford is the toughest town for first time buyers to get a foot on the UK property ladder, taking over from Brighton as the country’s premium property hotspot, according to job site Adzuna.co.uk
Posted on 13th May 2016 in Regional News.