Education

Business in the Community Cymru’s partnership with LifeSkills, created by Barclays, will have supported over 30,000 young people in Wales to develop their work ready skills by the end of this academic year.
Business and education leaders from across Wales got together this week at Business in the Community Cymru’s first Business-Education Symposium - and it wasn’t just about policy and planning.
This is the home of the live blog from BITC Cymru's first ever Business-Education Symposium live blog.

Evie, Elin, Efa and Amelia from Ysgol y Strade are going to be taking over the live blog throughout the Symposium, supported by Dave and the rest of the BITC Cymru team. So stay in touch with the latest from the event by reading their blog below.

The team will also be tweeting from @BITCCymru and everyone will be on the hashtag #EdSympCymru!
From a shortlist of twenty companies, Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru has announced the winners of the 2017 Wales Responsible Business Awards.
With the snap election just around the corner, business and individuals alike will be wondering how the next Government plans to respond to the changing employment landscape.
Pupils from Heriot Primary School in Paisley have taken the My Healthy Breakfast Challenge during Business in the Community's (BITC) Responsible Business Week 2017 to help encourage them to make good choices for their first meal of the day.

The innovative challenge is part of the Food for Thought Programme, a three way partnership between the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and BITC Scotland, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network.
An initiative which brings together commerce and education has resulted in over 80 school-business partnerships thriving from Bethesda to Bridgend, with collaborations flourishing in every local authority area in Wales.