of Welsh SMEs have plans to grow*
- Track the supply of, and demand for, finance across Wales
- Improve understanding of SMEs and their role within the Welsh economy
- Create innovative ways of measuring, interpreting and tracking SME data
- Identify and address Welsh SME finance data gaps
- Improve understanding of the Development Bank of Wales’ wider economic impact
Economic Intelligence Wales is a unique collaboration between the Development Bank of Wales, Cardiff Business School and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Cardiff Business School will lead on producing the research outputs utilising data from the ONS, StatsWales, the Development Bank of Wales and other data sources. Representatives from the three organisations form the Economic Intelligence Wales Steering Group which reviews and approves research outputs for publication.
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Economic Intelligence Wales reports
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This is the second in a quarterly series of Economic Intelligence Wales (EIW) reports by Cardiff Business School examining key SME trends in the Welsh economy, particularly in respect to the demand and supply for finance provision.
This is the first in a quarterly series of Economic Intelligence Wales (EIW) reports by Cardiff Business School examining key SME trends in the Welsh economy, particularly in respect to the demand and supply for finance provision. A summary infographic for the June 2018 quarterly report can be accessed here.
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* SME Finance Monitor 2017, published August 2018