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Development Bank of Wales opens to help more Welsh businesses succeed

It launches with the new £100m Wales Flexible Investment Fund, more micro finance available and extended lending terms.  In total the Development Bank of Wales has around £440m available to invest in Welsh business.

The Wales Flexible Investment Fund will invest more and over longer periods than existing funds,...Read More »


Carl Sargeant to launch new £100 million regeneration programme

Local authorities, along with partner organisations, will be able to apply for the capital investment for projects that promote economic regeneration and serve the aims of wider sustainable development with activities focussed on the individuals and areas most in need.

Carl Sargeant said the programme...Read More »


Gethin Jones stars in film to promote Wales in North America

TV presenter Gethin Jones is flying the flag for Wales as he talks about how Wales has inspired him during a short film set in Caernarfon. 

The four two-minute documentary-style films, created by BBC StoryWorks, BBC Advertising’s commercial content production arm, challenge the perceptions of traditional Britain,...Read More »


Economy Secretary officially opens Carpeo Estate Planning in Newport to create 300 jobs over five years

Carpeo began operating in Newport in July with the employment of 24 people at its new contact centre. 

Three months later, on the day of the official launch, there are now 80 people working at the site in Cleppa Park and the company is on course to meet its...Read More »


Cabinet Secretary for Education officially opens Campus 6 building project at Pembrokeshire College

The project was match funded through the allocation of £3.3 million from the 21st Century Schools and Education programme and delivers a new building and the refurbishment of the original campus buildings.

The new building includes additional science laboratories, classrooms, study areas, a fitness suite and sports hall as...Read More »


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