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.
Vortex IOT prepares to officially launch its state-of-the-art Rail Optical Detection of Intrusions and Obstructions (RODIO) solution, together with Network Rail and Tata Steel.
Talbot Green-based company, Hospital Innovations, is celebrating signing a major deal to become the sole UK distributor of Indiana-based BioPoly’s innovative resurfacing products.
Plans to develop one of the world’s biggest planetariums in Wales are receiving support from pioneers including The Eden Project’s Sir Tim Smith and will transform the site of the iconic former Tower Colliery in the South Wales Valleys.
Students at Cardiff Metropolitan University have been lending a hand to a project that aims to raise vital funds for charity Mothers of Africa, coinciding with International Women’s Day this Friday (8th March).
As evidence linking traditional cleaning products to both environmental and health hazards continues to grow, Genesis Biosciences is calling on the hotel and restaurant industry to rethink the way it cleans its facilities to avoid potentially exposing customers and employees to harsh chemicals.
South Wales Chamber of Commerce has announced the shortlisted businesses for their annual Welsh Business Awards. Celebrating Welsh business success for 17 years, the awards are amongst the most highly sought after in Wales. As a result, an incredible amount of entries has been received this year from businesses across Wales from all sizes and all sectors.