Opinion: Opening up the assembly

In September, it will be twenty years since the people of Wales voted, by a small majority, to have their own National Assembly. It’s the only political institution the people of Wales have voted to have. Since it came into being in 1999, the Assembly has grown in power and responsibility. Six year ago, the...

New app that could streamline hospital waiting times is rolled out in North Wales

People visiting accident and emergency units in North Wales will soon be able to access an app that tells them how many others are waiting to see a medical professional. The app, which was developed in partnership with the North Midlands NHS Trust, provides patients with information such as waiting times, opening times, directions and...

Welsh Government forms new digital information task force

The Welsh Government has formed a new task force in a bid to identify ways it can deliver more engaging and accessible digital information about policies and laws. Plans for a task force were first signalled in August 2016 by Elin Jones, an assembly member at the government. She recommended the idea of creating a...

Veeqo unveils expansion plans for 2017

Veeqo, an inventory management platform for retailers and online sellers, has unveiled expansion plans for 2017 after raising over a £1 million in seed funding. The Swansea-based company, which has created a platform that helps retailers streamline their everyday operations, is to hire an additional 25 staff throughout the year. These vacancies will cover areas...

Interview: Jack Jenkins, CEO of University Cribs

University Cribs is a Cardiff-based tech start-up on a mission to make finding accommodation easier for students. We speak to Jack Jenkins, the company’s CEO, about what the company is all about and its plans for the future. TD: Who are you and what does your company do? JJ: University Cribs is a student property...

Digital Communities Wales scheme gets £2 million support

The Digital Communities Wales scheme, which aims to help people improve their digital skills, has been given a spending boost of £2 million to continue its work. Funded by the Welsh Government and delivered by the Wales Co-operative Centre, the scheme provides support to organisations that work with those most likely to be digitally excluded....

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