This may be in one of the eight Enterprise Zones, which offer unrivalled locations around Wales. These zones provide opportunities to locate your business alongside long established industries, exploit supply chains into major industry players, and capitalise on key strategic projects.
Welsh business property is cost-competitive and varied: from starter industrial units to R&D incubators.
But, if you need a city centre location with fast broadband and good transport links - no problem.
Cardiff is the closest capital city to London; it is just a two hour direct train journey, which is due to fall to just 100 minutes in 2018.
It won’t cost you the earth either. Grade A office rental levels in Cardiff are at less than 50% of the average London rates.
Will Cohen, founder of London-based Milk VFX, was so impressed with what the Welsh capital had to offer that when he wanted to open a second location for his TV and film visual effects firm he had no doubts about where to go.
“It’s quicker for me to get to Wales in the car from my office in Soho than it is to get to Brixton [in south London],” he said. “So I contacted the Welsh Government, who were incredibly supportive. They really helped us.”