Chance meeting helps business owners make record turnover

Starting up a business isn’t easy, but two business owners who took the plunge 12 years ago are celebrating record turnover and the launch of a new national franchise. Steve Bain and John Merrick, the founders of IT support business Pisys.net, met each other at a Swansea-based networking meeting called BNI Dylan back in 2003. Soon,...

Entrepreneur Wales Awards back for another year

Entrepreneur Wales Awards is back for another year and is on the search for the most enterprising individuals in Wales. Run by the founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, they aim to recognise the hard work and inspiring stories of Welsh entrepreneurs and businesses. Rather than simply focusing on the balance sheet, the awards highlight...

North Wales tech company receives honour from Google

A North Wales-based tech company specialising in website and app design has received a rare honour from search giant Google. Livetech, which is located in Llandudno, has become one of 5,000 official Google Partners worldwide – the only one in Conwy, Gwynedd, Anglesey or Denbighshire. To qualify for this award, Livetech had to show excellent customer...

Swansea-based telco wins prestigious gong

A Swansea-based telco has been named the best b2b telecoms consultancy in the UK. Siarad Network, which provides telecoms systems to businesses across South Wales, was announced as the winner of the prestigious gong at the Telecom Awards 2016 yesterday. The Telecoms Awards recognise and commend the amazing efforts of individuals and businesses working in...

Digital Dozen 2016 announced

The organisers of technology conference Digital 2016, which is set to take place in June, have announced the Digital Dozen 2016. Launched last year, the Digital Dozen is a diverse mix of businesses making an impact in the Welsh and UK economies through innovative uses of technology. Businesses from all corners of Wales applied for...

North Wales school makes computer science fun

Students at a school in North Wales have been learning more about computer science and how to build robots. Demonstrating how the curriculum needs to focus on IT, Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan in Abergele has started running an after-school club for children interested in developing high-tech careers. The club, called Code@emrys, lets older students learn how...

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