From a state of the art convention centre nestled in lush woodland, with the largest pillar free space in Europe, to ancient castles with meeting spaces in vibrant towns and cities. Conference venues with spectacular sea views, championship golf resorts in relaxed countryside settings and an impressive array of historic and modern conference, academic and accommodation facilities.
This is Wales.

Outside the ICC Wales building looking towards the main entrance.
The Norman Keep at Cardiff Castle.
ICC Wales, Newport. Cardiff Castle, Cardiff City Centre


Wales offers a host of experiences for incentives and team building events. For outdoor enthusiasts there’s everything from canyoning, coasteering and inland surfing to the fastest zip wire in the world. Our golf and spa resorts, cookery schools, drink distilleries, vineyards and breweries offer a more relaxed and refreshing experience.

Golfer with driver club at the Celtic Manor Resort.
Group of people in a line coasteering in wet suits and helmets.
Laura Davies head distiller holding glass of whisky.
Golfing, Coasteering in St Davids, Penderyn Distillery 


Wales is committed to research, development and innovation, putting it at the forefront of developments in technology, engineering, energy, the environment and life sciences.

Person working on a flight simulator in the Aero lab at Glyndwr University.
Aero Lab, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, North Wales


A collaboration between Academia, government and industry working together in Wales to develop the world’s first compound semiconductor cluster: the heart of the next industrial revolution.

Person working on compound semiconductor production.
Person working on compound semiconductor production.
Compound semiconductor production


Wales is a global leader in alternative fuels and ultra low carbon applications. The ambition to create a low-carbon economy is matched by investment in skills and research and excellence in innovation for fuel technology.

Inside the Wales Millennium Centre theatre delegates watching speaker on stage.
Bio Wales Conference, The Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, South Wales


The wide range of cyber security activity and depth of cyber expertise in Wales has been
recognised and acknowledged on the global stage. Cyber Wales are one of the 14 founding members of GlobalEPIC – the Global Ecosystem of Ecosystems Partnership in Innovation and Cybersecurity – bringing together the world’s foremost cyber security communities from 10 countries spanning 3 continents.


Wales' eight universities, four of which are in the world's top 500 (QS World Rankings), are knowledge hubs for ambassadors and most with conference and meeting space.

Outside Bangor University.
Bangor University, North Wales


As part of the UK, but with its own devolved Government, decisions can be made quickly, with the Welsh Government approachable and supportive.

The Senedd building Cardiff Bay.
The Senedd Building, Cardiff, South Wales


Beautiful natural landscapes: three national parks, three UNESCO World Heritage sites and the only country in the world where visitors can walk the country's entire 870 mile / 1,400km coastline. A place to reinvigorate and develop in wide open and unique spaces.

People canoeing and kayaking on Llyn Gwynant
Canoeing and kayaking on Llyn Gwynant, Snowdonia, North Wales


Wales has a great story to tell of an agile and innovative nation with a truly global outlook which has a distinct Celtic culture and heritage that offers a warm Welsh welcome. We look forward to making you part of our story.

Surf Snowdonia
Adventure Parc Snowdonia, North Wales

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