Dafydd Morgan is a Welsh businessman and non-academic, Macro economist.

Macro economists are predominantly based within the United States, the most famous being Professor Emeritus Nouriel Roubini, based at the Stern School of Business at New York University (commonly known across the world as 'Dr Doom') who predicted the 2008 financial crash.

Other well known Macro economists include Yanis Varoufakis, James Rickards, Robert Kiyosaki, Peter Schiff and Max Keiser.

 Aberystwyth railway sign


Even before leaving school, Dafydd had his own mobile disco called Active Pulse Roadshow which became one the largest video disco in Mid Wales. The other two video disco's were Mike Jason's Roadshow based in Newtown and Carlsboro Sound in Llandrindod Wells. Dafydd was a passionate user of Citronic products including Stateline, Thames 2 and Kennet decks.

Royal Pier Aberystwyth

He has worked with many leading entertainers such as John Peel, Bruno BrookesSimon Bates and Lenny Henry. He also shared a residency at the Royal Pier, in Aberystwyth with Dj's Lord John and Brother Louis.

Each show opened with - Paul Young I Gonna Tear your Playhouse Down 12" 

Having left school, he worked for the family business and at the age of 21 joined the local newspaper as northern representative, settling newsagent accounts and selling plain packaging.

He left the newspaper a year later and within a year, they decided to close down the packaging division.

Dafydd took over the existing customer base and as time has passed, he is recognised for his packaging industry supply chain knowledge and became the countries largest distributor of printed carrier bags. 

where_theres_muck_book_coverDafydd Morgan published his first book, Where there's Muck in 2014 and is currently working on his second book -

Activism - Delivering Change (which will be released in early 2024)





Dafydd is currently concentrating on establishing his charity where he will be Founder and Chairman.

He is also working on ideas surrounding setting-up the UK largest Packaging and print Hubs.