Businesses in Wales that continue to be affected by coronavirus restrictions could receive up to £25k in support, the Welsh Government’s Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, has announced.
Caerphilly company praised by Welsh Economy Minister
The Caerphilly-based Direct Healthcare Group has been praised by Welsh Economy Minister Vaughan Gething for its international success.
Support announced for businesses still affected by ongoing restrictions
The Welsh Government has announced a new £2.5m funding pot to support businesses affected by Wales’ phased move into Alert Level 1 coronavirus restrictions.
Sixth formers’ entrepreneurial skills recognised with national award
A group of Year 12 pupils at St Martin’s School have won the ‘Best Overall Company’ award at the Young Enterprise Welsh Finals.
Refurbished credit union branch reopens after merger
Smart Money Cymru has reopened the former Islwyn Credit Union branch oIN Blackwood following a merger between the two credit unions last year.
Care home under new ownership after £750,000 loan from Development Bank of Wales
The new owners of White Rose Care Home in New Tredegar bought it using a £750,000 loan from the Development Bank of Wales, it has been revealed.
Work to build new business units completed
Work to build four new business units in Nelson has been completed, Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced.
Coronavirus test firm to create around 300 new jobs
Innova Medical Group has gone into partnership with Sharp Clinical, which will create around 300 new jobs in Rhymney.
New funding signals sigh of relief, but business leaders say more support needed
Businesses in Wales still affected by coronavirus restrictions will be able to claim up to a further £25,000 in support to help meet ongoing costs – but business leaders have warned more is needed.
Owners of town newsagents branch out with new fine dining venture
The Suri family, who own Suri’s News on Cardiff Road, opened their Blue Jay bar and restaurant on May 17 – the first day indoor hospitality was allowed to reopen in Wales.