Pencoed-based Sony UK Tech Centre appoints new managers

The Sony UK Technology Centre, which is based in Pencoed, has promoted two of its staff members to senior management roles within the company. New business development manager Nabila Elias and head of engineering Martyn Woodfield have officially joined the senior management team at the Pencoed facility. Mrs Elias joined the company, which creates thousands of HD...

Protech firm raises £850,000 to launch new platform

Properr, a Cardiff-based property technology start-up, has just raised £850,000 to launch its new platform aimed at transforming the UK home purchasing process. The company’s flagship product, Track My Move, brings together customers, estate agents and solicitors into one platform – making buying and selling homes more transparent. It has aspirations to revolutionise the entire...

Video production company announces expansion plans

Storm & Shelter, a leading video production company based in Cardiff, has appointed a new creative director as part of its ambitious expansion plans. Aiming to become one of the leading production firms in the UK,  it’s announced the appointment of Jess Gardner as a strategic management-level hire to focus on supplying engaging video content....

Secretary of State for Wales joins the celebration of Wales tech industry

Alun Cairns, the Secretary of State for Wales, joined the ESTnet to celebrate the outstanding success of the Welsh technology industry. More than 370 members and guests of the ESTnet, which is the network for Welsh technology sector, attended the Wales Technology Awards last Thursday. The event took place at the Wales Millennium Centre and...

EE launches Welsh language customer service operation

EE, which is the UK’s biggest mobile operator and part of the BT Group, is now offering Welsh language customer service through its call centre and shops in Wales. The company is looking to cater for more than 562,000 native Welsh speakers and to support the Welsh Government’s efforts to promote the everyday use of...

MyLiveGuard launches new hotel smart room service

MyLiveGuard, a technology firm based in Abercynon, has launched a new connected solution that lets people control their hotel environments using mobile tech. The company, which develops connected home technology, has created a new smart hotel solution that makes use of existing televisions or entertainment set-up boxes. It’s already in talks with an international hotel...

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