A new 400-tonne footbridge, which links Port Talbot with its improved train station, has been hailed as a “fantastic gateway” to the town.
News Posts from : February2016
A Swansea-based microbrewery that started life in a garage has secured a double victory at this year’s Welsh Business Awards, organised by the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, in association with the University of South Wales.
Business in Swansea city centre have voted to continue with the Swansea Business Improvement District (Bid), for another five years.
Student flats are planned as part of a £50 million redevelopment opposite Swansea’s High Street station, which city leaders hope could help regenerate the area.
South Wales Police, Swansea City Football Club and Cardiff City Football Club are working together to get essential information out to people on match days.
It aims to support 39,000 jobs and will focus on technology, energy and ultra-fast broadband infrastructure
The search for Wales’ next tech stars has been launched as TechHub Swansea opens the nation’s first tech accelerator programme to give promising entrepreneurs the opportunity to work alongside some of the UK’s biggest names in technology and secure long-term investment.
One of the UK’s largest independent cycling retail groups, based in Swansea, is creating ten new jobs across three departments following record growth in 2015.
A day of digital brainstorming aimed at finding hi-tech solutions to some of the big issues facing South West Wales is coming to Swansea next month — and organisers want people and companies with smart ideas to involved.
The 25 Welsh companies, 5 of which are from Swansea Bay are among 1,000 from around the UK chosen by the London Stock Exchange as one to inspire Britain.