One of the UK’s leading independent insurance brokers has expanded its Swansea team with a key new appointment.
The South Wales Chamber of Commerce has launched a series of Brexit readiness events for businesses across the country, thanks to support from the Brexit Resilience Fund, to aid businesses with preparations in the lead up to Brexit.
Rugby fever has taken over Cardiff-based recruitment agency Recruit 121, with staff given time off to watch games, access to a beer and wine fridge and treated to Domino’s Pizza and Subway sandwiches during matches. Team members are all included in an internal sweepstake and have the chance to win one of forty rugby jerseys
Research by Cardiff Metropolitan University’s ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre has found that that despite increased awareness of the importance of handwashing, people are still not using adequate techniques. Worryingly, hand washing techniques are also said to be poor amongst those receiving cancer care, as well as their caregivers.
Today (3rd October), the South Wales Chamber of Commerce opens up entries for its widely anticipated Welsh Business Awards, providing businesses across the country with the opportunity to compete for top place in one of the region’s most prestigious accolades.
Cardiff-based legal information and technology pioneers, GlobalX, has launched its cloud-based conveyancing software in the UK.
There are ‘major gaps’ in official Brexit guidance for businesses in the event of an unwanted ‘no deal’ exit on 31st October, according to the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, following an evaluation by the British Chambers of Commerce.
One of the UK’s leading independent insurance brokers, Towergate Insurance Brokers, has announced a new sponsorship deal with the Cardiff Devils.
Towergate Insurance Brokers, one of the UK’s largest independent Insurance Brokers, has recently appointed Phillip Hatfield as Commercial Insurance Broker, into its Plymouth, Exeter and South Devon area.
A framework which aims to deliver a coherent approach to improving public transport across the whole South East Wales region has been ratified today (Thursday 1st August) by the Cardiff Capital Region Transport Authority (RTA).