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

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