Economy, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates has thanked iconic Welsh whisky and spirits brand Penderyn on diverting its expert distillers to produce much needed hand sanitiser for the NHS in Wales.
Eben Upton, founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, has built more than 10 million units of his revolutionary low-cost computer in Wales — a nation that supports innovators and helps them realise the potential of their ideas.
Silicon semiconductors formed the basis of the technological revolution. They sit at the heart of microprocessor chips, enabling computers and wireless communications.
A new world-class rail testing facility on a former opencast mining site at the head of the Dulais and Swansea valleys is set to transform the local area and create new high quality jobs.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething has congratulated software start-up company Aforza on securing a $22 million funding investment which will see it double its number of employees, establish new headquarters in the US and drive significant product innovation that will benefit consumer goods businesses of all shapes and sizes.
The Welsh Government’s bespoke Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has helped to protect more than 100,000 jobs across Wales during the coronavirus pandemic, new figures show.
A £60 million marine energy project that will help tackle climate change while reviving Pembrokeshire’s economy in the wake of Covid-19 has been given the green light.
The AMRC Cymru is one of several key sites set to host the rapid manufacturing of ventilators as part of a consortium of businesses united under the VentilatorChallengeUK initiative.
When Spanish train manufacturer CAF decided to build a major new assembly plant, it looked at more than 100 potential sites throughout the UK. The clear winner was Newport in South Wales.