School children from Swansea have been given a front line role in helping to attract jobs and business to Wales.
They've been recruited to speak to business leaders from across the world about the skills available to companies who come here.
It's all part of a major conference, organised by the Welsh Government called Digital 2013.
Joanna Simpson reports.
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