Entertainment industry must tackle digital piracy before it’s too late, urges Welsh expert

Entertainment companies must tackle digital piracy before it’s too late or face losing billions annually, a Cardiff-based cyber crime expert has warned. Luke Heydenrych, an anti-piracy expert at CJCH Consulting, has urged TV and film firms to “fight for their rights” and act quickly to safeguard their futures. Recently, a Hong Kong-based TV firm and an...

£1.2 million university coding fund announced by government

Two Welsh universities are to receive a share of £1.2 million funding from the Welsh Government to launch a range of coding initiatives. Speaking last week, Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams explained that the cash will help Cardiff and Swansea University to take part in a UK-wide coding initiative. With the aim of creating...

Funding organisation wants to deliver £20 million to Welsh economy through AI

Innovation Point, which helps Welsh tech firms and entrepreneurs secure funding, wants to contribute £20 million to the Welsh economy by 2030. The Welsh Government-backed organisation said it plans to do this by helping Welsh innovators harness the potential offered by artificial intelligence technology. Based in Newport, it aims to connect Welsh technology businesses with private,...

Price comparison website doubles its team

Price comparison website Compare My Move is currently undergoing a recruitment drive in a bid to accelerate the growth of its products and services. The Cardiff-based company is looking to double the size of its internal team and has already created a network of 250 vetted professionals to help customers find the best property quotes. Named...

Winners of Wales Tech Awards 2018 announced

More than 400 hundred delegates attended the Welsh Technology Awards last week to celebrate the country’s brightest innovators. Ran by the ESTNet and opened by Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns, the event took place at Cardiff City Hall on May 3rd and was an opportunity to celebrate Welsh technology. The winners include firms such...

Cardiff-based software firm raises £3 million

Cardiff-based software firm DevOpGuys has raised £3 million of investment from the Business Growth Fund in a bid to accelerate business growth. Launched in 2013, the firm generates revenue in the millions annually and has contributed in excess of £14 million to the local economy through wages alone. Currently, it’s run by a team of 63...

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