Techniquest signs first start-up tenant

Educational charity Techniquest has signed technology start-up Do It Solutions its first tenant amid preparations to introduce a new co-working space programme. The Cardiff-based science discovery centre is looking to house a plethora of exciting Welsh businesses and has welcomed Do-IT Solutions to its iconic building in Mermaid Quay. Included in the Welsh Digital Dozen 2017,...

Blog: Tech Dragons and Alacrity Foundation join forces

Wednesday 15th of November saw a great evening of learning as a result of a new collaboration event with Tech Dragons, writes Ryan Hiscott. Alacrity’s Guy Wendon worked alongside Nicholas Fearn, founder of Tech Dragons, to set up the eighth event of the TD Meetup series. With thanks to Mark John for hosting us at...

Object Matrix secures £2 million in export orders

Object Matrix, a software company based in Cardiff, has secured more than £2 million in export orders from countries such as Brazil, Sweden and the United States. Founded in 2003, the company is widely known for its digital content governance platform. MatrixStore provides firms with a way to store digital content in a protected environment....

Cardiff deploys smart lighting network

Around 14,000 IoT-enabled smart lights are being installed around Cardiff as part of new plans to reduce energy costs and provide better lighting for residents. Cardiff Council has almost completed the first stage of the project, which is seeing it deploy thousands of Phillips Luma LED street lights across the Welsh capital. The lights are...

Creative Cardiff and BAFTA Cymru host the South Wales virtual reality cluster

Last week, Creative Cardiff and BAFTA Cymru brought together over 80 practitioners, business leaders and academics from across South Wales to explore virtual reality. The event, which took place at the Wales Millenium Centre, profilED the innovative VR and AR work being produced by local organisations and its impact on the creative economy. Virtual reality is one...

Doopoll announces new funding round as it exceeds 250,000 votes

Doopoll, a polling software company based in Cardiff, has raised an additional round of funding from the Development Bank of Wales as it reaches a growth milestone The company, which has developed an online polling platform used by the likes of O2, Welsh Rugby Union, Admiral and Ty Hafan, recently processed its 250,000th vote. This...

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