Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is the main engine of growth in the Welsh economy; the city has been developing as a significant service centre and economic driver for the wider south east Wales economy. The city and the adjoining Vale of Glamorgan contribute a disproportionately high share of economic output in Wales.
In the 19th century, the economy of Cardiff benefitted most from coal exportation and steel production. Cardiff's port became the world's most important coal port, handling more than London and Liverpool.
Today, Cardiff is a centre for white-collar professions. The city relies principally on the retail, finance, media and tourism sectors, and has been undergoing major regeneration since the late 20th century, particularly in Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Bay.
With so many professionals and a flourishing business tourism sector, Cardiff has developed a wealth of venues to accommodate conferences and business meetings. For sports fans, Cardiff offers fantastic venues in the form of the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff City Stadium and Cardiff Arms Park. You won’t fail to impress your delegates with the high-end venues available and the top notch service in this beautiful city.
Corporate Hospitality venues in Cardiff.
Treat your colleagues or clients with a sports hospitality package at one of Cardiff’s amazing venues. Why not hire a hospitality box and watch an International rugby match while hosting your event? Or if sport isn’t on your agenda, take your pick from Cardiff’s top hotels, like the The Vale Resort’s, or one of its many relaxed and trendy bars and eateries. Whatever your needs, you can find the perfect solution for your award ceremony or corporate hospitality event in Cardiff.
Cardiff Wedding & Reception venues
Cardiff Bay offers a spectacular backdrop for your big day. Cardiff Bay is one of Europe’s largest and most successful redevelopment projects. The project transformed urban dockland into a thriving marina loaded with restaurants, cafés, bars and modern waterfront accommodation. Or, if you want something a little different you can head just outside of Cardiff and find magnificent scenic countryside, castles, country estates and Manor houses to celebrate your wedding reception in style.
There will be no problem getting your guests to your chosen venue as Cardiff is easily accessible by car from the M4, by train with the main railway stations being Cardiff Central and Queen Street and by air, with Cardiff airport running scheduled, charter, and low-cost flights on a regular basis to Anglesey, other UK destinations, Europe, Africa and North America all year round.
Office Christmas party venues in Cardiff
Cardiff is a vibrant and dynamic destination with a thriving nightlife in both the city centre and nearby bay area. If you are looking for a venue for your Office Christmas party or celebration you will be spoilt for choice in Cardiff. Many venues offer shared Christmas party options for smaller businesses or a tailored service if you would like an exclusive party with a theme or special entertainment to treat your staff.