The thriving cyber security sector in Wales is mobilising its members to offer their own IT skills to the NHS in Wales at this time of crisis.
When it was announced that the new Aston Martin DBX would be built at St Athan, South Wales, nobody was more delighted than Tim Williams – chief executive of the Welsh Automotive Forum (WAF).
From world-leading innovation in semi-conductors to a thriving cyber security industry, Wales is firmly at the forefront of the tech industry in the UK.
Economy Minister Vaughan Gething met global technology company Thales to see first-hand how work on the ResilientWorks test bed environment for electric and autonomous vehicles and energy infrastructure is progressing.
Businesses across Wales can now find out if they can apply for funding from the third phase of the Economic Resilience Fund (ERF).
As the COVID-19 pandemic sparked unprecedented global demand and competition for personal protective equipment (PPE), a Denbighshire-based protective equipment specialist has leveraged its international supply chains to ensure Wales has access to sources of essential equipment.
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.
Economy Minister Ken Skates has congratulated Newtown-based electronics firm Control Techniques after it moved all production from China to its primary manufacturing site in Wales and created 44 new jobs as a result.