USW announces cyber security training for teenagers

The University of South Wales has announced new cyber security training for teenagers. It’s become one of the UK’s first universities to develop educational materials through the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) CyberFirst programme. These include courses, bursaries and competitions aimed at encouraging young people (between 11 and 17) to take up careers in the cyber...

Innovation centre director wins prestigious entrepreneurship award

Jamie McGowan, campus director at the Welsh Innovation Centre for Enterprise, has been crowned UK Entrepreneurs’ Champion at the Natwest Great British Entrepreneur Awards. Launched six years ago by Welsh entrepreneur Francesca James, the awards shine a light on the hard work and inspiring stories of business owners and innovators across the UK. The 2019 award...

Welsh ICE launches new funding programme

Welsh ICE, an innovation centre based in Caerphilly, is inviting startups and entrepreneurs to apply for its next round of funded spaces. The funding, delivered through the ICE 50 programme, provides businesses with a structured route to sustainability while creating jobs and boosting the Welsh economy. Successful applicants receive full-time desk space, a tailored mentoring...

Bipsync raises $7 million of investment

Research platform provider Bipsync has raised of $7 million investment to mount an international scale-up campaign. Led by fintech investment firm Edison Partners, the investment round will allow Bipsync to expand its global footprint, accelerate product innovation and increase sales and marketing operations. Spun out of Silicon Valley in 2013, the firm has since opened...

Interview: Lawrence Jones, CEO of UKFast

In our latest interview, we spoke to Denbigh-born tech entrepreneur Lawrence Jones. He’s the CEO and founder of UKFast, a cloud infrastructure firm that works with a range of global brands and public sector organisations. Lawrence reflects on his entrepreneurial journey and the things he has learnt over the decades, while giving some great advice...

North Wales investment company receives UK data protection certification

North Wales-based investment and financial management business RPG Wealth has received a coveted UK certification for protecting sensitive client data. Headquartered in St Asaph, the company is now trading through the IASME scheme. This highlights its commitment to information security best practice, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation. RPG Director Julian Redmond said: “Our clients trust us...

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