Cardiff software firm launches 2019 graduate scheme

Inspiretec, a software firm based in Cardiff, has opened applications for its 2019 graduate trainee scheme as part of continued scale-up plans. The company, which develops technology systems for the travel sector, is on the lookout for junior test analysts and junior software engineers to join its team of 140 staff members. It’s already hired...

Welsh businesses recognise the importance of digital transformation, says research

The majority of businesses in Wales recognise the benefits of digital transformation, according to new research from Vodafone. A recently published report from the telecoms giant found that 83 per cent of Welsh business leaders are confident in their ability to grow their business. However, 67 per cent of them believe that their organisation won’t...

Lord Mayor of London visits Welsh tech scene

Peter Estlin, the Lord Mayor of London, recently embarked on a trip to Wales to learn about the country’s growing technology scene and boost economic ties. Last week, he met with seasoned technology entrepreneurs Chris and Gaile Griffiths – founders of OpenGenius and Tec Marina – to gain an insight into the thriving Welsh tech sector....

Beauty commerce start-up releases new mobile apps 

Beauty commerce platform DashHound has launched new mobile applications for both iOS and Android devices as part of its continued expansion. The Newport-based business, which allows consumers to find products used by celebrities and influencers, said the apps will help people make more informed purchase decisions. Founded in 2016, DashHound is building an accessible search and...

Wales secures €100 million of innovation funding from the EU

Wales has secured more than €100 million of EU funding to support innovative research and development projects across the country. The investment comes from Horizon 2020, which is a research and innovation programme supporting cutting-edge STEM initiatives and international collaboration. Over the past few years, Welsh organisations and universities have been involved in over 2,800 international...

Cardiff tech firm launches recruitment drive

Fintech company Mypinpad is looking to grow its workforce at the heart of Wales’ thriving tech sector after securing £15 million of investment. The Cardiff-based business, which offers payment acceptance and customer authentication solutions, is on the lookout for skilled Android, iOS, operations and services developers and technical sales support consultants. With operations throughout Europe...

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