Doing Business in Cardiff

The Welsh capital has transformed itself from an industrial city fuelled by coal, into a centre for financial services and science, technology and creative sector companies. The next question for Cardiff’s companies is what the impact of Brexit will be

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The capital wants to advertise itself to a global audience as a business and tourism location

A generation of entrepreneurs wants to put the capital city on investors’ maps

Close links to universities help businesses to recruit

A specialist electronics cluster in Wales would spur new industry

Rightacres, a local property company, is behind two significant redevelopment projects

Clothcat chief hopes diversification and international collaborations will help the UK regain ground

Enjoy the vibrant art, theatre and music scenes — but don’t sneer at the stew

Tourism’s total economic contribution to the city last year was about £1.2bn