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Category Archives: enterprise and economic development
As so many countries around the globe face the challenges of economic and financial recovery, entrepreneurship and small business are increasingly key to a regeneration of local and regional, as well as national, economies. This month’s blog therefore highlights two … Continue reading
This month’s blog takes a look at the prospects for 2013 and asks whether we can expect better than the year just gone. In considering the outlook for the Welsh economy in 2013 it is important to first put Wales’s … Continue reading
This month’s blog discusses the latest growth figures, asks whether the UK is finally emerging from the recession and how Wales fits into this equation, and highlights Global Entrepreneurship week and promotion of entrepreneurial activities taking place in Wales in the coming … Continue reading
In October’s blog we look at some of the recent economic figures for Wales and the UK and the calls for more unorthodox economic policies than those already attempted. The latest market services figures for Wales and the UK, make … Continue reading
This week’s blog is a guest feature from the Carnegie UK Trust. It focuses on their recently published report, Enterprising Minds. Young people are being affected disproportionately by the economic crisis, but will be the engine of our economic future. … Continue reading
This week’s blog looks at the recent data concerning Welsh exports and asks to what extent this indicates that the Welsh economy has become more export oriented and focused on the faster growing markets of the World economy. Previous Centre … Continue reading
This week, as the concerns over the Eurozone continue, the blog looks at what signs there are of a concerted strategy at the UK and Wales levels. As uncertainties over the future of the Eurozone persist, some are making comparisons with … Continue reading
This week we look at the continuing fallout from the Eurozone crisis for the Wales and UK economies. It is not surprising that the Bank of England cut its growth forecast last week in light of the euro zone crisis. … Continue reading
Last week’s blog highlighted that it will be Wales and the UK’s abilities to access the faster growing export markets in South-East Asia, as well as other non-EU markets for manufacturing and services that will be key in building greater confidence for … Continue reading