Day: May 30, 2018

Environment News

Long wait for Swansea Tidal Lagoon to be 'over in weeks' as MPs due to make final decision

The long wait for a decision on the Swansea Tidal Lagoon project should be over shortly, as pressure has been mounting for MP’s to release Welsh Businesses from the current ‘limbo’, despite the Hendry report concluding that the project was a ‘no brainer’ nearly 18 months ago. First Minister Carwyn Jones committed to providing further […]

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IT Support

GDPR deadline arrives - and the first complaints are already filed

Long awaited GDPR legislation has finally come into force in the UK, and the first complaints (against Google, Facebook, What’s App and Instagram) have already been filed. Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems filed lawsuits seeking to fine Facebook 3.9 billion and Google 3.7 billion euro (roughly $8.8 billion in dollars). Welsh IT Support and Cloud […]

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Welsh contracts bolster building firm’s growth

A buoyant Welsh construction sector is helping to underpin the on-going growth of a building company after it completed contracts worth more than £8.7m in the country in the last financial year. Pave Aways, which has its Welsh base in Wrexham, is on course to beat that figure in the current financial year after already […]

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Economy Secretary visits Llanberis Climbing & Safety Equipment Success Story

Llanberis-based success story DMM Engineering has this week welcomed Economy Secretary Ken Skates, who visited the company to see for himself how investing in Welsh businesses is paying dividends in terms of increasing exports, business growth and greater employment opportunities. The company was founded in 1981 to manufacture mountaineering and industrial safety products and has grown […]

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