Cardiff BID Celebrate Over a Year of Success


It’s officially been over a year since Cardiff Business Improvement District (BID) got voted in and they are holding a party for businesses to celebrate on 11 October.

Cardiff BID revealed their five-year plan to make the Welsh capital more welcoming, vibrant and influential in July 2016. Since then, they have launched countless initiatives to put this plan into action including removing abandoned bikes, appointing a team of nine Street Ambassadors, increased taxi marshals provision, improving broadband speeds for businesses and investing nearly £70,000 in Cardiff’s events, music and arts scene.

To mark the occasion, Executive Director Adrian Field and the Cardiff BID Board are inviting businesses and stakeholders from across the city to join them for drinks and canapes, reflect on a successful first year and be the first to hear about exciting new projects that are in the pipeline.

Adrian Field, said:

“We are absolutely delighted with what we have achieved in our first year. We’ve appointed a team of Street Ambassadors, started to clean up the city and funded extra patrols from Street Pastors, to name just a few projects. We’re so excited to share what we have coming up next with Cardiff businesses, here’s to the next four years!”

The drinks reception is being held at Kuku Club, Park Plaza Hotel from 6-8pm. Spaces are limited so RSVP is essential to [email protected] to secure a place for your business.


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