This section enables you to find out how Welsh businesses have benefited from Innovation support and industrial collaboration with universities.
Pontypool based building manufacturer Brick Fabrication has doubled staff numbers and turnover thanks in part to a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Cardiff University.
An innovative partnership between a national construction firm, a paint manufacturer, a local authority and a social enterprise.
Welsh manufacturer increases workforce and eyes new premises following Welsh Government support.
Innovation funding facilitates major contract and drives growth at North Wales aerospace company.
GL Jones Playgrounds is a family-led company based in Bethesda, Gwynedd. Employing 16 staff, it specialises in the design and manufacture of high-quality playground equipment – winning awards for excellence and innovation and selling products across the globe.
Innovation Awards marks two decades of inspiring the next generation of creativity.
A Welsh company that designs and manufactures laser wire-stripping machines is poised to turnover £4 million in 2017, thanks in part to Welsh Government innovation support.
A Welsh fibre-optic cable assembly company is expanding its reach into the US$23 billion global data storage market, thanks to Welsh Government support and funding.
A small team, led by niche house builder Andy Roberts from North Wales, has developed and patented a novel, rapid-construction technique that significantly reduces build times and enhances the build quality of new homes.
SPECIFIC Innovation and Knowledge Centre transforms buildings into power stations by enabling them to generate, store and release their own energy.
Award-winning Mid Wales manufacturer Zip-Clip plans to increase productivity and its product range further after switching its attentions from the UK to a global market worth more than £30million.