Professional advisory firm PwC has relocated its Swansea office to Swansea University’s ILS1 on the Singleton Health Campus to be part of the region’s growing life sciences sector.
News Posts from : January2016
Phil Roberts will take up the post in May 2016 following the retirement of the current Chief Executive Jack Straw who announced last year he wanted to stand down.
Hutchinson Thomas solicitors has recently appointed well-known solicitor Peter Jones to assist it in its plans for growth in West Wales which is linked to the firm’s forthcoming expansion to Swansea where they will be opening a new office in SA1.
Ultrafast broadband technology could stop entrepreneurs and graduates leaving Swansea for high tech cities. Swansea could be an alternative to London for young talent and start-up businesses if new broadband trials are a success and later rolled out across the city.
Gower College Swansea is now accepting applications for its range of apprenticeship courses, with immediate starts available in a huge range of career pathways
Swansea students will be at the forefront of life science and health innovation thanks to winning backing from two global tech companies.
The marina’s Tramshed could be developed into a restaurant or coffee shop under plans being considered.
Swansea-headquartered law firm Morgan LaRoche has revealed plans to open a new office in Carmarthen.
A new research centre for advanced engineering is set to be built in Port Talbot, supported by £7.5m of European funding.