support for occupiers

Swansea, ‘Wales Waterfront City,’ has a population of around 250,000 people and is a burgeoning base for business. There are wide ranging packages available to support occupiers of Parc Felindre which provide competitive advantage for business.

  • Swansea Council Business advice, support and grants
    Swansea is a modern service sector economy, a mature base for IT, software development, digital and multimedia companies. Home to a wide range of national and international companies, Swansea can supply the need for high calibre graduates from renowned academic institutions.

    Swansea Council invites business to take full advantage of all that the city of opportunity has to offer. Investment projects, business or property development funding may be available to support your business. See here.
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  • Financial help and guidance for new and growing businesses from the Welsh Government

Business Wales provides information and access to support for people starting, running and growing a business.

Jobs Growth Wales Jobs Growth Wales supports businesses to employ 16-24 year olds for 6 months at the national minimum wage for 25 hours per week. Redundancy Action Scheme helps people affected by redundancy gain new skills and employment.

Tourism investment support scheme supports business to upgrade facilities, increase capacity and environmental efficiency.

The Ultrafast Connectivity Voucher Scheme offers grants up to £10,000 for ultrafast broadband.

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  • Business Wales events
    Business Wales manages diverse training, management and promotional events exploring subjects such as marketing and continuous improvement, Financial Services, Property Awards, investment cost savings. Stimulating recent speakers have come from Principality Building Society, GE Aviation and City of London Police. See here.
  • South West Wales Chamber of Commerce
    Designed to support local business as an information and service provider, networking and directory agency, and a voice for business on a national level through the accreditation of the British Chambers of Commerce. See here.
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  • Swansea Bay Business Club
    The longest established networking club in South West Wales with three hundred members and over a thousand supporters who attend the events, with nationally renowned speakers from business and politics. Promote your business through various sponsorship packages. See here.
  • Swansea University Business Development Team
    As a research led institution, Swansea University offers a range of support services for business, from linking businesses with sector specialists and creating opportunities for industry-academia collaboration to opportunities for student placements. See here.
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“Swansea is the economic centre of the south west Wales region and has benefited from significant investment and employment growth in recent years”

Swansea Council / Cyngor Abertawe