Cardiff proptech firm valued at £1.1 million

A Cardiff-based property tech start-up has received a valuation of £1.1 million after raising more capital in its bid to transform student letting. University Cribs is an online media platform where letting agents and student accommodation providers can share their properties with students. Unlike many other property letting websites, it’s aimed only at the student...

Online cleaner booking service expands to Cardiff

A tech start-up that lets you find and book domestic cleaners online has launched in the Welsh capital. Hassle.com, which is quickly becoming a market leader in its field, is expanding its operations to Cardiff and the surrounding areas. The service is available to customers through an online website and mobile app for iOS or...

Welsh digital economy fastest growing outside London

A report published this week claims that the Welsh digital economy is the fastest growing outside London. The analysis, released by English law firm Nockolds, says the total number of digital and tech companies working in Wales grew by 9.2 per cent last year. In 2015, there were 3,275 digital businesses in Wales, a small...

Cardiff fintech firm eyeing up £1 million crowdfunding campaign

Wealthify, a robo investor firm based in Cardiff, is preparing to raise more investment through crowdfunding in a bid to further growth. The company, which launched back in spring, is looking to continue its mission to democratise investing in the UK by raising more capital. It’ll launch a public crowdfunding campaign on September 12th, and...

Interview: Justin Morris, CEO of Dezrez

Dezrez is a veteran Welsh tech firm. Based in Swansea, it’s been at the forefront of estate agency technology for more than ten years and has won a plethora of awards along the way, including Deloitte Fast 50 and Orange National Business Awards. We speak to Justin Morris, the company’s chief executive. He talks to Tech...

Cardiff Blues get sporty with iBeacon tech

The Cardiff Blues have installed state-of-the-art iBeacon technology at the BT Sport Arms Park ready for the start of the next rugby season.  In a bid to offer an overhauled, more innovative fan experience, the rugby team turned to Newport-based solar tech company GCell to supply its network of iBeacons. These small connected devices are...

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