Interview: Gareth Morgan, MD of Liberty Marketing

Gareth Morgan is the managing director of Liberty, a Cardiff-based digital marketing firm. It was recently named one of the best agencies in the UK by tech giant Google. We speak to Gareth about what his company does, its success and where he sees it in the future. He also offers some sound advice to...

Welsh games industry to gather for annual event

Welsh games developers, experts and professionals are set to gather at the annual Wales Games Development Show in Cardiff this June. The event, which has taken place for the last few years, will showcase the best of the thriving Welsh games industry when it takes at Cardiff’s new Tramshed venue on Saturday June 18th. Delegates will experience...

TechHub Swansea announces first IdeasFund cohort

Start-up incubator TechHub Swansea has announced the first ever cohort of its accelerator programme, Ideas.Fund. Launched towards the end of February, it provides successful technology start-ups and ideas with between £5,000 and £10,000 in funding. As well as this, the successful candidates get free desk space at TechHub for two months and mentorship from the...

GCell unveils world’s first indoor solar iBeacon

Newport-based tech manufacturer GCell has announced what it says is the world’s first indoor-powered solar iBeacon. The G100 is an enterprise-grade iBeacon targeted at large-scale deployments, offering a long lifespan, renewable energy supply and a 100-millisecond advertising rate as default. Beacons are taking the world by storm. There are already 6 million of them being used...

Interview: Richard Baker, CEO of Sequence

Richard Baker is the founder and chief executive of Sequence, a Cardiff-based agency specialising in designing and building digital solutions. We speak to him about the growth of his business and the things it’s been working on. TD: Can you tell us more about yourself and your business, please? RB: So, I’m Richard Baker, CEO...

Digital Roots aims to boost employment and economic growth

Codez Academy, which is based in Caerphilly, has begun running a new technology skills scheme aimed at boosting employment in South Wales. Called Digital Roots, it teaches students a range of vocational and digital skills to meet the demands of modern employers, including web development. The scheme is being supported by Caerphilly Council and is...

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