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We’re working with indycube to enhance our support for Welsh SMEs

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We’re enhancing our support for SMEs in Wales by collaborating with indycube and indycube Ventures, a coworking company. We’ll use indycube's network of 18 sites to help build long-lasting relationships with customers across Wales. We will also offer further tailored support through our Breakthrough scheme to indycube Venture businesses. Paul Brooks, Santander Business Development Director for Wales, said: 'We are committed to helping businesses in Wales achieve their growth ambitions. Working with indycube Ventures will help us deliver this and demonstrate our aim to be part of the local business community.' Mark Hooper, founder of indycube, said: 'We are excited to be working with Santander. We recognise that their aim of being part of the local business community is similar to ours and we welcome them to the indycube community.'

 

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