Why this could be your next location for world-class technology, high-value manufacturing and more.
One of the many absorbing storylines at this year’s FIFA World Cup, was the arrival of Wales onto the world stage. They won hearts and minds with their return to the tournament after a 64-year wait.
The new state-of-the-art innovation center and manufacturing facility will include offices, cleanrooms, storage and support facilities and accommodate up to 750 employees.
Not many car designs set out to change the world. From Powys to the planet, start-up company Riversimple has spent 20 years developing the technology and business strategies that have led to its carbon-fibre Rasa vehicle.
Digitisation is no longer a business luxury, but an absolute necessity for survival and flourishing in the current climate, says QuoteOnSite’s TJ Amas. The company’s innovative new SaaS solution is making document processes simpler, more efficient and stress-free for time-pressed SMEs.
New aluminium furnaces, which will play a key part in cutting carbon emissions at Toyota’s Deeside plant, were officially turned on today by Economy Minister Vaughan Gething as he marked National Manufacturing Day.
Hacking your clients is the most fun part of the job, says PureCyber’s Damon Rands. They’re a rising star in Wales’ cyber security sector, which has one of the strongest and most innovative cyber ecosystems in the world.
Awen is a company whose mission is to make society just that little bit safer, says Awen’s Daniel Lewis, Executive Chairman & Co-Founding Director of one of Wales’ growing cybersecurity businesses in the UK’s largest cyber ecosystem.