New research has identified an “irrefutable need” for skills development to help Powys businesses respond to the economic shift towards a more sustainable future.
A Newtown company, which supplies balance weights and tyre sealants to leading car companies and the aftermarket in UK and overseas, was a winner at the Powys Business Awards.
From a business idea hatched on a rainy afternoon in their father’s shed, brothers Scott and Luke Williams could never have imagined that they would be manufacturing and installing their own unique retaining wall products to customers nationwide within seven years.
An innovative company that has formed a training academy in partnership with a high school to attract more young people into the construction industry was a winner at the Powys Business Awards.
A charity which has this year established The Hive, a community-led sustainability hub in the centre of Llandrindod Wells, is celebrating an award for its work.
An innovative community interest company that works with GP practices across South Powys to provide cost-effective and innovative health solutions was recognised at the Powys Business Awards.
Young entrepreneur Aled Woosnam, whose businesses have continued to thrive despite the pandemic, collected the main accolade at the Powys Business Awards.
Ambitious Welshpool-based web developers, designers and digital marketers gloversure added another accolade to its list at the Powys Business Awards.
A growing Llandrindod Wells-based company set up last year to turn uninhabitable buildings into good quality, affordable housing was a winner at the Powys Business Awards.
A Newtown company, which specialises in the manufacture and worldwide supply of products and services to help hospitals diagnose cancer, has continued to increase turnover despite the double impact of Brexit and the pandemic.