If the Welsh economy is to thrive then it needs a continuous flow of new businesses being established. And here we look at 30 promising start-ups , in a wide variety of sectors, with the ambition and drive to become the next big success stories in the Welsh economy. 1. Brushbox Brushbox is an oral hygiene subscription box that launched in January and was founded by former financial advisor Mike Donovan, from Cardiff. It is the UK’s first subscription box service that delivers toothbrushes and toothpaste to your door every other month, with prices starting from just £2.50 per month. The boxes include eco-friendly bamboo toothbrushes, two months’ supply of toothpaste and extras such as floss and mouthwash and has been created to help the nation take better care of their teeth. With Brushbox, Mike also intends to implement a change for future generations by making sure that people in deprived areas have access to replacement brushes, as well as those who subscribe to the boxes. For every toothbrush sold, Brushbox will be gifting another to someone who really needs one in the UK. 2. Paperclip Paperclip is a marketplace app and website where users can buy, sell, swap and… Read full this story
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