Boost for West Wales Economy with launch of Delineate global headquarters  

12th April, 2024

The West Wales economy has received a major boost today, following the official launch of global market research company Delineate’s new headquarters. The research technology company is at the forefront of pioneering new ways of gathering consumer insights and has chosen Ceredigion as its global office base.

The new office will house 50 employees working across a range of roles in the business, and the company will be the first business in the research technology sector to establish a presence in the area. Delineate’s decision to choose West Wales as the centre of operations will help to strengthen the Welsh tech sector and open up opportunities for local people.

Today’s launch event featured colleagues from Llandysul, Mexico City, New York and London, showcasing the breadth of talent both locally and globally. Whilst having a vast global reach the company is committed to a Team Wales approach and ensuring that there are opportunities for young people to have high value jobs without having to leave the county.  

“Today’s launch provides a clear signal to other businesses that investing locally can have a significant benefit of your global reach. We have started the conversation today, our ambition is for West Wales to become a major player in technology innovation, and we are looking to work with business and government to establish a major hub of activity that will benefit not just our local communities, but the wider Welsh economy”. 

James (JT) Turner

CEO, Founder, Delineate

Ceredigion MP, Ben Lake, joined today’s event and panel discussion, commenting: “I am delighted to see a global company investing in Ceredigion, providing invaluable opportunities for our young people to stay within the rural area within which they grew up.
“It is vital we support businesses, such as Delineate, given the prospects they can provide for our communities across the county. I hope that the ambition that Delineate has, to support the growth of a technology innovation hub for West Wales, will come to fruition and deliver real benefit to our economy”.

Ceredigion County Council Chief Executive, Eifion Evans, added his support: “Helping businesses to get started and grow is a key pillar of our Economic Strategy. It is vital we seize these opportunities and work in partnership with business to ensure we have the right environment for future investment and to ensure sustainable growth across the county. I am looking forward to seeing Delineate grow and demonstrating the value of investing in West Wales to a global audience”.

The office launch has been supported by funding from Welsh Government, who have helped deliver investment to ensure that empty premises are given a new, and valued lease of life. Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning, Julie James, said: “Bringing empty properties back into beneficial use is a central pillar of our £125m Transforming Towns regeneration programme.

I am pleased to see how the £250,000 capital grant awarded to Ceredigion County Council has supported developers to transform this empty former school in Llandysul into new commercial office space.
Attracting a global company like Delineate to Mid Wales is fantastic and will provide great job opportunities for the local economy and help support Llandysul town centre.

In Mid Wales, we have allocated £7m to secure the economic and social resilience of town centres, create jobs, develop green infrastructure and improve community facilities and access to services.”



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