Swansea Building Society is set to open a new branch on Portland Street in Swansea City Centre later this year having secured planning permission from Swansea Council.
Future Cities Catapult, the government-backed global centre of excellence in urban innovation, is bringing its ‘Innovation Week’ programme to the city of Cardiff, following a successful premier in Birmingham.
Six Welsh businesses have been named among the winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s 91st birthday.
Matt Warren founded Swansea high-growth software start-up Veeqo after growing frustrated with how much time he was spending working on his own ecommerce site.
BQ meets Kim Bird, the Cardiff entrepreneur backed by the founders of GoCompare who is turning the UK’s funeral industry on its head…
Cardiff-based life sciences firm Cellesce is continuing to develop its organoid research thanks to a recent six-figure funding round led by Finance Wales.
A new project aimed at helping schools teach enterprising skills to five-six year old's is set to launch this May.
More than 170,000 people are expected to arrive in Cardiff for the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday 3 June, providing a £45m boost to Cardiff and the wider region.
Massilly UK - the only tinplate aerosol can manufacturer in Wales - is investing £1.5m to quadruple production capacity and create and safeguard more than 40 jobs in Swansea.
Tony Mullins, executive chairman of Newport’s QRL Radiators, explains how investing in a Welsh supply chain has helped turn the company’s fortunes around. Bryce Wilcock reports.
Just how much money could you make by giving up your home when there is a big event in town, such as the 2017 Championship League final in Cardiff? That’s the question a new Welsh tech start-up is looking to help you answer.
Cardiff biotech company Celixir has become the latest posterchild for crowdfunding after its 300 investors were given the chance to sell their shares for a 2.7x return on their initial investment.