Based in Bridgend in South Wales, Sophie and Lucy offer online accounting and bookkeeping services to small businesses across the UK. They started the company because they felt the industry was missing something very important; a human touch. The pair saw a permanent office space in Bridgend as the next step to enable Mazuma’s growth.
“The Development Bank were the key to making the deal to purchase the property happen. They were confident in our plan, which in turn gave us more confidence,” Jim Gaffney, co-owner.
By Mente UK companies should take action to support employees facing financial difficulties, says workplace mental health consultancy, Mente.
“Most of our customers wouldn’t normally have been able to stay in Barmouth, so the people we will be bringing in will be fresh customers for other local businesses too,” Anthony Olley, Director.
The successful applicants for Mission Ventures’ new accelerator programme as part of The Good Food Fund have been announced.
Creative businesses are the fastest growing sector in the UK economy, now accounting for one in eight of all businesses, the Creative Industries Federation says.
“We have huge ambitions for the company and the support from the Development Bank of Wales is crucial to achieving these. We are securing relationships and working with several manufacturers with strong brands to sell into the UK. We want to become the largest independent distributor of these types of products with our own branded […]
By Amanda Walters The decision to become a freelancer is one that many people in the US come too. The idea of working for yourself and not being tied down to just one organisation is a liberating thought and can make for an exciting and varied career. Unfortunately, it does mean that you have to […]
“We’re proud to be based in Wales, and firmly believe that Ayoa can help people improve their work processes around the globe,” Chris Griffiths, owner and founder.
“Smokey Pete and Sam Van Tân are out on the road cooking up a storm and now with the help of the Development Bank, we can also offer the good people of Cardiff an amazing taste of Italy right here in Cardiff Indoor Market. It’s a recipe for success,” Jeremy Phillips, co-founder.
Nicky Tozer, VP EMEA, NetSuite Many businesses are feeling the strain in what has become an extraordinary year. Understandably so – revenues are being hit, managing employees is more challenging than ever and cashflow is under scrutiny. As talk of the economy re-opening gathers pace, business leaders can take simple steps to ensure business continuity and resilience. […]