Interview: Phil Murphy, co-founder of Senta

Phil Murphy is the co-founder of Senta, a new cloud service to help accountants run their practices smoothly. We learn more about his start-up, where it’s currently at and its future. TD: Can you tell us more about yourself and what you do, please? PM: I’m the co-founder of Senta, a new cloud service that...

Cardiff tech start-up Pwinty announces exciting appointment

Pwinty, a Cardiff-based photo sales and fulfilment platform, has hired Jochen Moelle as its new director of business development. Moelle has spent more than 20 years in the photo industry and was most recently head of the Kodak photo service at Kodak Alaris. Before that, he held several leadership roles at Eastman Kodak. In his...

Caerphilly innovation centre contributes £13.8 million to Welsh economy

An independent report published last week has found that Caerphilly-based Welsh ICE has contributed £13.8 million to the Welsh economy since launching in 2012. The findings were announced by Welsh ICE board members Gareth Jones, Mandy Weston and Will Record during an event held at the Senedd last Thursday. The report revealed that the start-up...

Decision-making platform Doopoll now available in Welsh and French

Doopoll, a platform that allows you to create online polls, is now available in Welsh and French versions. Developed by Cardiff-based creative agency Small Joys, it’s aimed at helping people make sure every voice is heard in decision-making. The platform, which launched last year, sports features such as rapid looping, live updates and cross-browser availability....

Awards to celebrate Welsh tech industry success

The best companies, entrepreneurs and professionals in Welsh technology are to be recognised at the Estnet Awards 2016 next month. This year’s line-up of finalists recognises the success of some of the country’s most promising technology start-ups as well as the contribution of Wales-based multinational firms. The 2016 ceremony will take place at the Welsh...

Gwynedd businesses benefiting from superfast broadband rollout

More and more businesses in the north west county of Gwynedd are benefiting from superfast broadband thanks to the Superfast Cyrmu programme. As a result of the scheme rolling out across the county, 74 per cent of its premises (over 46,000) are able to access faster internet speeds. The scheme is a partnership between the...

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