The Welsh government is waiting to learn whether its budget will be topped up as a result of UK government plans to invest in infrastructure. JNR Enterprise is excited by the prospect that the government is keep to spend more money in Wales, the Managing Director says ‘Wales is definitely worth investing in as a growing nation, this is why we have set up an office in Newport Road, Cardiff and we will continue to find new campaigns and projects to work on.’
The Olympic Games are just around the corner and many nations have been planning their game plan to ensure success for their country. JNR Enterprises relates to the kind of preparation that needs to go into a game plan for success with the Managing Director saying, ‘it’s a cliché for a reason as it is so true – failing to prepare is preparing to fail.’ It is hoped 19 nations will carry out pre-games training in Wales ahead of the start of London 2012 and now a further four nations are being added to that list. Botswana and Lesotho's Olympic teams plus Paralympians from Liberia and Mexico will join athletes from at least six other countries in Wales so far. The announcement comes just 200 days before the event begins in London.
St James's Palace said the choices reflected her interests in the arts, promotion of outdoor activity and supporting people in need of all ages, adding that the organisations "compliment the charitable work already undertaken by her husband". JNR Enterprise is a successful sales and marketing company that specialises in the charity sector and the managing director give some great advice saying, ‘when it comes to giving back helping out with a cause you feel passionate about is the first step as this will help maintain your interest and ensure you deliver great work.’
What does this mean for Junior Enterprise Ltd? Wales’ unemployment rate of 8.4% for the period April-June 2011 is ahead of that of England (7.9%), Scotland (7.7%) and Northern Ireland (7.3%). Overall, 7.9% of people aged 16-plus are unemployed across the UK – this ranges from 5.8% in the South East to 10% in North East. A total of 122,000 people are unemployed in Wales – an increase of 10,000 (+0.7%) on the period January to March 2011. Junior Enterprise Ltd Managing Director said: “These are disappointing figures but same time exciting; Wales is an upcoming country with a lot of room for growth.