Using tech to supercharge long-standing employment services

Recruitment company Blue Arrow is widely recognised as a trustworthy, go-to source of professional talent to the businesses it supports, and this reflects throughout all its services. As part of the UK’s second largest staffing business – The Impellam Group – it thrives on a well-established understanding that, when it comes to referring the right...

Event aims to bring Welsh developers together

The popular Google Developer Group event, which brings together people interested in the search giant’s development tech, has come to Cardiff. Organised by a small group of tech professionals working in the Welsh capital, it aims to show that Cardiff is capable of being a major player in the international tech scene. More than 50...

Sequence teams up with Pinewood Studios

Sequence, a digital design and creative agency based in Cardiff Bay, has partnered with prestigious British film and television company Pinewood Studios. It’s helping the production group design, develop and launch a new locations database solution across its worldwide divisions, something that’ll transform the way films are made. Utilising the tools, facilities and locations knowledge...

Pokemon Go: How catching them all could catch you out

Unless you’ve been hiding under a Pikachu sized rock all summer, you will be aware of the latest tech craze to sweep the globe – Pokémon Go. Downloaded more than 100 million times since it launched in July, the virtual reality game has inspired millions of normally console-bound, bedroom dwelling gamers out of their homes...

Cardiff-based Echosec partners with global data specialist

Social media monitoring platform Echosec, which has operations in Wales and Canada, has teamed up with global data intelligence specialist GBG. The partnership will see Echosec embed its cutting-edge social media search solution into GBG Connexus, a leading DaaS (data as a service) platform. As a result, GBG customers will get access to a situational...

Welsh tech seed fund hits £3 million milestone

Since launching in early 2014, the Wales Technology Seed Fund has invested £3 million in Welsh technology businesses. The fund was set up to provide financial backing to early stage science and technology companies that are based in Wales or want to relocate to the country. It makes investments from £50,000 to £250,000 to help...

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