Inspiretec announces merger of travel tech firms

Welsh entreprenuer Simon Powell’s travel technology companies are to merge in a bid to create a single, strengthened offering under the new Inspiretec brand. Based in Cardiff, Inspiretec is an established, customer-first technology company that provides end-to-end digital solutions aimed at helping companies grow. The firm will unveil itself as the principal brand for the...

Welsh AI start-up to pitch at Web Summit

We Build bots, which is a Welsh tech start-up developing artificial intelligence technologies, has been selected to showcase at Web Summit this week. The Cardiff-based company, founded by Welsh tech entreprenuer Paul Shepherd, will compete among 200 of the world’s most innovative start-ups at the Pitch competition. Powered by Mercedes-Benz, the competition brings together some...

Tech growth specialist launches niche marketing and performance business

A former high level sales and marketing manager with extensive experience supporting technology firms has launched a new business to accelerate the growth of SMEs. Based in Cardiff, Gemma Angharad has set up her own consultancy after spending 15 years working with SMEs, retail chains and a range of global brands in the telecoms, hearing...

Cardiff University Students compete in 36-hour hackathon

Computer science students of all years at Cardiff University were recently given the opportunity to take part in a real-life industry brief set by Welsh technology firm Inspiretec. The challenge, organised by the university’s computer science society, was designed to bring undergraduates students together to utilise their skills for addressing real business scenarios. Students were...

Slow broadband causing havoc for potential remote workers in Cardiff

New research published by global workspace provider Regus has found that nearly a third of professionals in Cardiff are unable to work from home due to slow broadband. The study, commissioned by Luxembourg-based business, quizzed professionals on their attitudes towards remote working. Around 28 per cent of respondents said poor internet was the biggest hurdle....

TechHub NYC launch brings US expansion opportunities to Swansea tech firms

TechHub, which is a global network of co-working spaces and start-up communities, has expanded to New York City bringing new opportunities to members in Swansea. Supporting 750 start-ups across Europe and India, TechHub is aimed at accelerating the growth of  its member companies by providing them with a strong community focus and tailored programming. The...

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