PwC in Wales

We have a long history of serving clients here in Wales, with around 300 qualified people based in our offices in Cardiff and Swansea. We are proud to work with the range of private and public sector organisations that make up #GreatWales

#GreatWales - a great place to do business

Wales is an important part of the UK economy, with some of the UK’s most successful companies being represented here – we also have an active base of growing businesses who thrive under an entrepreneurial spirit. The public sector is an important feature of the Welsh economy with devolved government organisations providing services to shape Wales both now and in the future.

We’ve been out speaking with people from all walks of public and private life in Wales to understand what really makes #GreatWales for them. I hope you enjoy finding out their views and sharing your own.


Katharine Finn, Regional Leader

Tel: +44  (0)7710 331 426, Email Katharine


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Collaborate: Working Together – Commerce and Innovation

Collaborate: Working Together – Commerce and Innovation

Businesses and academic institutions are increasingly told that innovation is the key to success in the modern world. However, innovation is often undertaken in isolation and the instances where innovation crosses institutional boundaries are few and far between. The ‘Collaborate’ event, held at Swansea University in October 2016, sought to bring together a diverse group of organisations in an effort to share such knowledge for their collective benefit.



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