Cardiff tech entrepreneurs secure big investment for business

Two Cardiff-based entrepreneurs have secured investment for High Level Software, a firm that creates applications to help hoteliers streamline operations. Zonal Retail Data Systems, which provides integrated hospitality management solutions to over 9,000 leisure firms in the UK, has acquired a majority stake in the company. Rhys Swinburn and Deri Green, two young Welsh entrepreneurs,...

Interview: Martin Bryant, community editor of Tech North

Martin Bryant is probably a name you’ve heard of in the technology industry. He worked for world renowned tech publication The Next Web for a few years. Shifting around various roles, he eventually became editor-in-chief and was responsible for leading a global news team. Now he’s working as community editor of Tech North. In his...

Newport entrepreneur launches digital CV service

Andy Stone, an entrepreneur based in Newport, has launched an online digital CV service in a bid to bring the recruitment process into the 21st century. The product, called Digital CV, is a new service that’s been designed to give executives and other highly skilled business processionals a way to promote themselves online. It provides...

Welsh Government accepts plans to boost number of women working in tech

Julie James, the minister for skills and science, has announced plans to increase the number of women and girls in Wales studying STEM subjects and pursuing careers in tech. Last week, the minister announced that the Welsh Government has accepted all the recommendations outlined in the ‘Talented Women for a Successful Wales’ report. She will...

Google developer event to return to Cardiff

Organisers of the Google Developer Group Cardiff have announced that the next event is to take place on February 16th at the city’s central library. The occasion is a chance for tech professionals, product developers, entrepreneurs and creatives to come together and discuss the latest trends in the tech world. This will be the first...

Cardiff University semiconductor facility to get £13 million in EU funding

A £13 million EU funding boost is to help Cardiff University develop its new semiconductor facility, Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford has announced. The university will use the money to develop, equip and run a state-of-the-art cleanroom facility within the recently opened Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS). Based at the Cardiff University Innovation Campus, the ICS...

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