Running your business

Business Wales supports people starting, running or growing a business. This may be advice delivered online, by telephone through our Helpline, or face-to-face, backed up by our Top 10 guides covering essentials like finance, technical support, acquiring commercial skills, business development, marketing, property and location, and mentoring.


Scenarios where registration may be required when providing food in the community

Guidance describing scenarios during COVID-19 where individuals providing food may need to register as a food business


Test, trace, protect: guidance for employers - Employers' responsibilities to help with coronavirus testing and contact tracing.

COVID 19 - support for business Tool kit - Practical resources to help employers keep their workforce safe at work.

What happens when you get a test for coronavirus (COVID-19) (easy read) - Easy read explanation of when to get tested and what the NHS will ask if you test positive.

Test, trace, protect: process summary -What you need to do to help contact tracing control the spread of coronavirus.

Coronavirus - COVID 19 - Guidance for food companies

Coronavirus Decontamination Services

Response hotline for professional decontamination of offices, facilities, worksites, vehicles, plant and equipment.


An enviable lifestyle here in Wales

Businesses moving to Wales are made to feel welcome - people are friendly, and families re-locating with their companies are buying in to an enviable lifestyle. For a start, Wales offers some of the most competitive house prices in the UK. Then there's the education system – we provide one of the best educational programmes anywhere in the UK. Social activities are among the best available, from music and the arts and theatre to literature, internationally-acclaimed food festivals and major sporting events ranging from rugby and football to international golf and water sports.

Welsh lakes and mountains

The great outdoors

Wales boasts some of the most beautiful countryside, mountains and coastal scenery in the world. The 870-mile Wales Coast Path is unique in being the only public path in the world around an entire country. It is used by walkers, cyclists, wildlife watchers, horse riders and it provides access to fine beaches and areas where enthusiasts of all ages can indulge in their chosen sports and pastimes. Wales also boasts nearly 1,600 square miles of national parks and many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.