Five entrepreneurs from across Wales have made it to the final of the BQ Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year awards, which are being held as part of the inaugural BQ Festival this month.
On Monday 13 November Swansea University opened the doors to its Student Incubation Hub which aims to provide a solid foundation on which talented and ambitious students can develop their ideas and launch new businesses.
A vision of Swansea’s future will be shared with hundreds of key Chinese decision-makers to help attract major international investment to the city from the Far East.
Plans to transform a Pembrokeshire country park into a water activity centre have been given the go-ahead.
The Marketing Team at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has been shortlisted for two prestigious public affairs awards in recognition of its creative and imaginative use of social media in marketing and recruitment campaigns.
Following very positive discussions with representatives of the FLEXIS project today, Neath Port Talbot Council has reaffirmed its commitment to close working with industry (including Tata) and academia to secure a future for the area in developing new energy systems, reduced carbon emissions and new innovations and technologies for the 21st century.
A Swansea based housing association has used its strong relationships with local construction firms to open up new career opportunities for unemployed young people in the area.
A new Martini bar and restaurant opens in Swansea this week and it has a very unique feature indeed.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales is embarking on a five-year project to champion Welsh horticulture, protect wildlife and extol the virtues of growing plants for food, fun, health and well-being.
Visitor numbers to the National Botanic Garden of Wales have increased by 45% in the past two years, it has revealed.