The winners of the highly anticipated Welsh Business Awards were announced at the annual awards ceremony, attended by over 360 people, at City Hall in Cardiff last night (5 March).
The Lord’s Taverners Wales, has raised £22,954 through its annual Christmas Lunch events and has started the New Year by welcoming its new chairman, Andrew Gibson.
Leading Welsh independent school Christ College Brecon are, once again, supporting former pupil and father of one, Des Lally, as he takes on his next fundraising challenge; the 6633 Arctic Ultra.
Almost 200 food and drink industry professionals from across Wales have attended a conference focusing on the important role of allergens in food manufacturing and wider society.
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.
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.
17 business leaders are currently in Japan as part of one of Wales’ largest ever trade missions to the East Asian country – including Swansea-based Internet of Things (IoT) company, Vortex IoT.