Record breakers and decision makers lead Venturefest Wales

Venturefest Wales 2016, which took place on Wednesday, attracted nearly 1,300 entrepreneurs, investors and innovators to Cardiff’s SWALEC stadium. The annual event brought together a record number of investors, academics, innovators and businesses to create meaningful partnerships to aid the Welsh tech sector’s growth. It couldn’t be clearer that innovation in Wales is thriving, although...

Dodging the digital climate

There has been talk recently of the need for a generation of tech junkies to ‘digitally detox’ being greater than ever. This summer, for the first time ever, the phrase ‘digital detox’ started trending on Twitter. Reports that ‘Pokemon Go’ fanatics are walking like zombies into lampposts and other clichéd objects are a sure sign...

Wales’s finest tech start-ups take on London

A group of fast-growing technology start-ups from Wales are embarking on a trade mission to London in a bid to raise more private investment. The group of businesses includes an app that aims to save lives by supporting healthcare professionals, a website translation service and a fintech company. They’re just a small handful of innovative...

Boost Cymru finalists announced

A number of innovative Welsh tech and science projects have made it through to the finals of a competition promoting life sciences in Wales. An environmentally friendly bio-pesticide, collagen harvested from jellyfish and an app to help sufferers of lung disease are among the innovative projects to reach the final stages of Boost Cymru. Run...

Conference to put Welsh technology SMEs on the map

CoInnovate, a conference for businesses in Wales, will give SMEs the chance to pitch their innovation and capabilities to some of the world’s biggest tech firms. The two-day conference, which will return to Cardiff’s Mercure Hotel on October 11th, has been designed to give Wales’s growing tech start-up community a place to showcase its potential....

Firms create app for a new generation of athletes

MSC Nutrition, a Cardiff-based sports brand, has formed a partnership with global sport-tech company Volt Athletics to support a new generation of athletes. The Welsh firm has begun providing a training platform within Volt’s intelligent training app. It gives users access to sport-specific training plans customised to their needs so they can constantly improve and...

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