Category: Press Releases – Cabinet

Cardiff Capital Region (CCR), the team dedicated to re-energising and reshaping South East Wales, is moving into Cardiff University’s sbarc|spark innovation hub. CCR’s mission to connect people, opportunities and investment dovetails with sbarc|spark’s quest to create partnerships that bring lasting benefits to Wales.
PwC has been appointed by Cardiff Capital Region (CCR), a conglomerate of ten local authorities across South East Wales, to run its Innovation Investment Fund (IIF) in a programme encompassing end-to-end fund management services spanning deal origination, transaction execution, portfolio management and subsequent exits over an initial five-year period.
Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) welcomed Catalonia’s Trade and Investment Agency to Cardiff for two days of constructive talks on commercial collaboration, especially focused on innovation and cluster expertise, which will lead to increased regional wealth and job creation.
Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has announced a £1.6 million, five-year investment in FinTech Wales, the independent not for profit membership association and champion of the FinTech and Financial Services industry in Wales.
The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Cabinet has today (June 28th 2021) agreed to participate in the global Race to Zero campaign and Carbon Disclosure Project, supporting its commitment for a carbon neutral economy and society in South East Wales.
Cardiff Capital Region’s Regional Cabinet has today ( March 15 2021) made a number of key decisions to maintain focus  and momentum on  new interventions  and projects that will continue to boost the south-east Wales economy in the wake of Covid-19.
£4.4m has been awarded to Zip World in the form of a 5 year repayable loan to replicate their successful North Wales adventure business on the CCR Tower Colliery site.
Cardiff Capital Region’s Regional Cabinet has today (October 19 2020) approved a £10m Challenge Fund aimed at re-building local wealth through bringing innovative solutions to tackling some of the CCR’s most urgent societal problems.
The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Regional Cabinet has today (June 15) approved further investment for key City Deal projects.
Cardiff Capital Region’s Regional Cabinet has set out its 10 priorities for the region in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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