The Welsh Business Show Cardiff 2023 will mark the 23rd Welsh Business Show. The shows were launched in Cardiff in 2010 and due to its success, was a base on which to grow the shows across Wales over the past ten years. The Cardiff show is held in the spacious Cardiff City Stadium with capacity for 80 exhibitors and a seminar room just off in the exhibition hall. The show is attended by over 500 businesses from both Wales and the West of England for a day of networking, learning and connecting with other businesses.
Timetable of Events
IT'S SHOW TIME!
Founder and director emma wilkins will officially open the 23rd Welsh business show
Emma Wilkins LLB. MBL. PGCE
Tracking sales, not traffic
The Ouma team will be teaching you first-hand how to track conversions through your website, not just traffic. With Google’s latest version update coming July 1st – now is the time to reinvigorate your reporting, or risk losing it
THE OUMA TEAM
Access the expertise of academics to help your business grow through the knowledge transfer partnership.
Prof John Littlewood will talk about the knowledge transfer partnership with Cardiff metropolitan university and how it has been crucial in seven oaks modular’s innovation strategy and in helping them achieve innovation in anything they do!
Professor John Richard Littlewood BSc (hons) PhD FHEA ACIAT
Upskill your staff through fully funded degree apprenticeships.
Discover more about how these courses can act as a development and retention tool for existing staff and as a way of bringing new talent into the business. This session will focus on the opportunities the university can offer to support employers in developing their talent pipeline through a range of opportunities on offer.
How Sell2Wales can help your business succeed in the world of tendering
Each year, contract opportunities worth on average over 6 billion pounds for public sector goods and services are advertised through sell 2 wales. In this presentation, we will aim to help businesses to promote their services, businesses to find contract opportunities, offer support and guidance on using the Sell2Wales portal and inform businesses of upcoming projects and how to get involved.
This session will provide a brief overview on how we can prepare for and have difficult conversations with staff, with partner organisations, with the public or with suppliers. It will explore ways we can influence the outcome of the conversation and how we can work towards a win on both sides.