Business Weekly Podcast – Episode 15


In this week’s Podcast, we spoke a variety of business leaders across Wales including:

  • Ben Cottam of the FSB and Sophie Howe, the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, give us their reactions to the decision surrounding the M4 Relief Road.
  • Recent research from Indeed shows that UK employees are more supportive of a 4-day working week and the publication of salaries. Pawel Adrjan from Indeed tells us more.
  • Martin Condy talks to us about the New Beginnings Employability programme which Cardiff and Vale College have partnered with Deloitte to deliver.
  • Young women in Wales are being offered the chance to gain boardroom experience through a programme from Chwarae Teg. Helen Antoniazzi gives us more detail.
  • North Wales PR firm Outwrite PR have picked up three nominations for a podcast series. Anthony Bullick tells us more about the awards and how they got the nod.
  • A North Wales wind farm has picked up momentum and Katy Woodington of innogy Renewables joins us to tell us more about how the project will benefit the local community.
  • £1.2 million has been awarded to North Wales' Y Shed development to help create a sustainable local business space. Rachael Wheatley talks to us about the project and what it means for the community.