Cwmbran-based business launches UK’s first gadget insurance site

A Cwmbran-based business has launched the UK’s first gadget insurance website, allowing consumers to review policies and choose the best service for them to protect their electronics. Protect Your Gadget is the brainchild of Comparision Creator, a company that specialises in insurance comparision. It provides a white-label breakdown comparison service for GoCompare, Moneysupermarket, Confused.com and...

Science discovery centre Techniquest invests £190k in new exhibits and facilities

Educational charity Techniquest has announced it’s invested more than £190,000 in a range of new exhibits and facilities to enhance its experience for thousands of visitors. The science discovery centre, which is based in Cardiff Bay and features 120 hands-on exhibits promoting STEM, has been using this funding to renew and refresh its offering. It’s...

MHR is visiting Wales to help get firms GDPR ready

MHR, a provider of human capital solutions, has announced it’s to visit Wales to help get companies ready for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR law, which is set to come into effect on May 25th 2018, is the biggest change in the way organisations manage personal data since the Data Protection...

Welsh storage firm scales Mount Kilimanjaro to raise awareness of STEM programme

Easystore, a self-storage company based in South Wales, has scaled Mount Kilimanjaro as part of its latest awareness-raising efforts to support its charity of the year Techniquest. The charity, which is located in Cardiff Bay, is aimed at bringing science, technology, engineering and maths experiences to schools in disadvantaged areas of Wales. Easystore director Brendan Connies-Laing...

First price-free marketplace app launches in the UK

Paperclip, a localised marketplace app, has announced a new version that allows users to buy, sell, swap and freecycle items without ever seeing a price tag. The Cardiff-based company is looking to tap into the lucrative online marketplace industry with the launch of its updated app. It sports a new design that lets users add an item...

OpenGenius set to create 30 new jobs over two years

Software company OpenGenius, which created iMindMap and DropTask, has announced it’s to create 30 new high-tech jobs in Wales over the next two years. The firm, which also owns Penarth-based co-working space Tec Marina, recently became the first Welsh company to be accepted onto the prestigious London Stock Exchange ELITE programme. And last month, it was...

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