In partnership with a variety of support organisations, including Business Wales, Development Bank of Wales and Business In Focus, Business News Wales are pleased to announce the launch of Startup Week on 12th March 2018. Startup Week is designed to draw on the experience of Wales’ most successful business leaders passing on valuable knowledge and insight to those starting a business.
Vital to Wales’ economic development, entrepreneurship is growing across Wales. With a wealth of support available to budding professionals from both the public and private sectors, it is easy to see why.
Topics covered include:
- A market overview – A factual introduction to the Start-up sector in Wales
- Movers and shakers – Profiling the business leaders who are making a real impact on the Welsh Start-up community
- Featured stories – A range of feature stories covering key issues related to starting your own business
- Showcase – Profiling some of the nations hottest start-ups
- Debates, surveys and polls
Mark Powney, Managing Director of Business News Wales, comments:
“I’ve started a number of businesses with the help of the Prince’s Trust, PBI, Venture Wales and Business In Focus and I know that real-life experience can be very different from what you read in textbooks. We want our Startup channel to give entrepreneurs the help they need to succeed.
It’s with great pride that I have found myself able to support others starting a business with the launch of this new section. It will open up a valuable conversation between businesses, government and public bodies as well as universities and other stakeholders playing their part in supporting the start-up community in Wales.”
One of the core objectives of Business News Wales to showcase Wales as a thriving business destination, and in the launch of this new section highlight the upward trend in Wales when it comes to entrepreneurship.
For information on how your business can get involved, contact [email protected]
The channel is sponsored by Business Wales while an independent team at Business News Wales will manage the editorial and content strategy.