Sequence launches interactive campaign promoting Wales as a place to study

Welsh digital creative agency Sequence has partnered with the Open University to create an online-based interactive campaign to convince students to study in Wales. Hafan tests students’ knowledge on Welsh culture and history, and has been developed collaboratively by the agency’s design and creative departments. It’s also been working with film company Storm+Shelter on producing a...

Tech start-up selected for Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme

Cardiff-based tech start-up Digital Profile has been selected for the £20 million Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme, which launched back in June. Digital Profile, which is still going through the soft-launch stage, is a new matchmaking platform for digital professionals and businesses and aims to transform the recruitment industry. It went through a rigorous selection...

Welsh entrepreneur launches on-demand delivery service

Bring-it, an on-demand service capable of making deliveries within city centres in under 30 minutes, is now available to download for free on IOS. The app, created by Welsh entrepreneur Scott Evans, has been in the works for the last seven months and launched on the Apple App Store over a week ago. It’s so...

Interview: Jon Richards from Compareit4me.com

Native Welshman Jon Richards is the CEO of Dubai-based financial comparison site Compareit4me.com. We talk to him about his start-up, the industry and region in which he works, and himself as an entrepreneur. He was recently shortlisted as Expat Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 in the Entrepreneur Wales Awards. The award ceremony for the latter is...

Cardiff app firm expands to the US

Cardiff-based app developer Rantmedia has opened a new office in Cupertino, California, in a bid to expand its presence in the US market. The firm, which was founded in 2003, has developed a variety of apps and games running on major mobile platforms such as iOS, Android and Windows Phone. One of its most recent...

Cardiff University computer scientists develop advanced digital assistant

Computer scientists at Cardiff University have developed a digital assistant capable of helping people communicate more effectively. Sherlock, which has been unveiled by the university’s school of computer science and informatics, can be harnessed by people in situations such as emergencies and festivals. The mobile and tablet PC assistant allows users to ask questions and...

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