Caerphilly-based health firm raises £400,000

Caerphilly-based technology firm Signum Health has secured £400,000 in an investment round led by the Development Bank of Wales. The company said it’s also received backing from private investors. This is the second investment round for the firm, having raised £600,000 to date. As part of the investment, the company has appointed Professor Stephen Smith...

New multi-million pound electrical manufacturing facility opens in North Wales

Electrical engineering company LCA Group has opened a multi-million pound, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in North Wales in a bid to accelerate growth. Ken Skates, the economy secretary at the Welsh Government, opened the new building based at the Hawarden Industrial Park. It’s named “Gibson” House in tribute to the famous Dambusters pilot. Accompanied by the company’s management team,...

Digital agency Sequence develops new app for North Wales Police

Sequence, which is one of Wales’s largest creative digital agencies, has created a new Android smartphone app for police officers based in North Wales. North Wales Police approached the Cardiff-based technology company to design an app to help it improve efficiencies. The force’s offices are currently using it while on patrol. The custom-built app is...

Paperclip launches online marketplace for students

Technology start-up Paperclip, which is headquartered in Cardiff, has launched a new marketplace where students can buy, sell and swap products. It’s teamed up with Student Money Saver to encourage students to reduce unnecessary spending by trading and selling unwanted items instead of throwing them away. Students can now access the service, which allows them...

Welsh technologists set up AI event in Cardiff

Several technology specialists and entrepreneurs have launched a new Cardiff-based meet-up to explore the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence. AI Wales is the brainchild of Jaymie Thomas, chief technology officer of Automise; technology specialist David pugh; and Toby White, from AI company Artimus. Set to take place monthly, the event is aimed at technical people who want...

Gwent landlord forum to tackle technology

The first Gwent Landlord Forum of 2018 will kick off on Tuesday 30th January at the Parkway Hotel in Llantarnam, Cwmbran – and it’ll tackle technology. Sponsored by Rubin Lewis O’Brien and Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors, the free event is aimed at educating landlords from across Newport and Gwent. Carly Tang, from...

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