A SOUTH Wales candle company have started a new scheme to reduce plastic waste and encourage recycling.
MANY businesses faced teething problems when adapting to remote working last year, but for Michaela Breeze MBE this was true in more ways than one.
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PENARTH locals Jude Cook and Carolyn Davies have started a business selling "growing greetings" as a sustainable alternative to greeting cards.
A PENYLAN resident is offering remote consultations for owners of cats with behavioural issues.
IN the past week, two Home Bargains stores in Cardiff have been issued with improvement notices after failing to provide adequate protection for customers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
MORE than 80% of independent hospitality businesses in Wales fear for their futures because of inadequate government funding, according to a survey by the Welsh Independent Restaurant Collective (WIRC).
After losing his job due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Wayne Zeeman, 44, put his cheffing experience to use and began his own takeaway business from home.
When lockdown started in March 2020, many small businesses were scared to lose what they had spent so long building. But what happens when you haven’t even built anything yet?