As an institution of enterprise, research and learning, we have unrivalled skills in working with businesses. We work with businesses and organisations, of all sizes and sectors, to make a better future for Wales and the world.

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Who we work with

We maximise the impact of our research by actively working with organisations of every size from early stage fledgling start-up companies to large global corporations, not-for-profit and public organisations.

Use our expertise

Collaborate with us through research projects, consultancy services, technology transfer and more.

Develop your workforce

Find the expertise you need, via professional training courses, graduate recruitment and knowledge transfer.

Facilities

Our world-class equipment and facilities are available to businesses and organisations across the globe.

Networking and events

Engage with us through seminars, lectures, workshops, exhibitions and tailored networking events.

Contact us

Find out what we can do for your organisation through our range of services to business.

Call the Business Development team on 0800 801750.

Our strategic direction

We aim to retain and improve the high quality business environment in Wales via easy access to our knowledge and services, and links with national and global businesses.

News

Solcer House

‘Smart’ carbon positive energy house

16 July 2015

Energy efficient design means more energy for the national grid

Diana Huffaker

Deal signed to create centre for compound semiconductor excellence

14 July 2015

Cardiff University has signed a deal with world-leading semiconductor wafer company IQE

The official signing of a major partnership agreement between Wales’s top ranked university and Belgium’s largest university

Cardiff’s innovation debate with Belgium’s biggest university

13 July 2015

The official signing of a major partnership agreement between Wales's top ranked university and Belgium's largest university was yesterday marked by a debate featuring politicians and higher education representatives.