Pembrokeshire-based Tan Y Castell, a traditional bakery, has entered a new period of growth after the purchase of a robotised cake mixer with the help of Welsh Government innovation support.
Tectonic International was founded in 1993 to provide high quality, bespoke printing solutions to industry. Tectonic has since grown into a global leader in the printing field, with products installed in 70 different countries worldwide. Since 2006 Welsh Government support has enabled the company to develop various new market leading products including K3digital.
The R&D Factory was set up with the goal of profiting from innovation. Now it is set to access the global plastics market worth $180 billion.
Wrexham firm Unimaq Ltd, a global leader in the design and development of drinks can 'decorator' equipment, is set to double its 50-strong workforce within five years and retain a firm foothold in a global market worth billions of dollars.
The Wales Medical Technologies Launchpad is a mix of competitively won Research and Development funding and tailored business advice and guidance.
Formed in 2009 with help from the Welsh Government, We Predict has since grown into a global leader in predictive analytics, predominantly serving the automotive industry.
Swansea based Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating, is one of the World's leading centres for research and development of printing and coating processes. Through support from Welsh Government, they have experts who have a growing reputation worldwide.
Welsh business Workplace Worksafe tell their story.
Pembrokeshire-based WriteMedia, a leading software development company, has created an innovative athlete management software application that has revolutionised the complex and varying training needs of elite athletes.