NATO Summit 2014 held in Wales.
Prime Minister David Cameron said:
There will be a great legacy for Wales because people will be able to see in Newport and in Cardiff and in the surrounding countryside and towns and villages, what a beautiful place this is, what an industrious and entrepreneurial place it is, and we’ll be using every opportunity to try and promote Welsh businesses and Welsh culture in all the different events that we have.
Secretary of State for Wales Stephen Crabb said:
We want to build a lasting legacy following the NATO Summit and send world leaders home in no doubt as to the skills, talent and expertise on offer here in Wales.
The huge range of suppliers involved with the Summit demonstrates how it will not only boost Welsh businesses, but will also give international recognition to the breadth and quality of products and services on offer here in Wales.
The Summit, which has taken months of preparation, is now ready to accept world leaders thanks to Welsh companies.
They include: Office Design from Cowbridge company Storage Design Limited